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Kai - Le Kommunique:
GDC journal (last updated at 1:32 PST) - (2001-03-21)

Tony - Digital Garbage:
Snow Rocks - (2001-03-07)

Dan - The Word:
Chicken Scratches - (2001-05-23)

Jason - The Gospel According To Bigfoot:
Any Last Words? - (2003-05-29)

Guest - Jared Goldberg:
One Funky Techno Beat at a Time - (2001-09-17)




Testing games for Nintendo
(2001-06-07 - fun for profit)
Samba De Amigo
(2001-03-13 - video game)
Silent Hill
(2001-03-11 - video game)

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Haunting the TonyCave
(2001-08-13 - Hosting)
Acquiring Comics
(2001-08-13 - Money Output)
Dance Dance Revolution
(2001-08-13 - Addictive Game)

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Carter Beats the Devil
(2002-09-24 - Book)
Back to work!
(2002-09-23 - The Grind)
Fellowship of the Ring
(2001-12-19 - Movie)

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Putting off work
(2002-09-02 - travel)
Storyteller Without Words (Ward)
(2002-01-23 - library book)
RA Training
(2002-01-23 - worky work work)

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July 05, 2005

When last we met, I was mentioning that we were in dire lack of a blog. Turns out it was but the work of a moment to flash the CXM signal in the sky, and there they were, arrayed in their non-anatomically correct rubber suits, ready to once again fight evil (I think we've linked to that comic more than enough now).

We've been holding onto the doombot domain name for quite some time now, never having found any particular project which would logically call it home. For now, our new blog is that project, and I would invite you to join us there, forthwith.



All text and images 2000 by Jason, Kai, Dan, Tony, and Mecha Gaijin. He WILL kick your ass. Instant superfine!
All characters are ™ & © their respective owners. All Rights Reserved. Some Comics Ex Machina (CXM) strips are satirical in nature, and are not intended maliciously. CXM has invented all names and situations in its strips, except in cases when public figures are being satirized. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental, or used as a fictional depiction or personality parody. CXM makes no representation as to the truth or accuracy of the preceeding information.