That van seems familiar….naaa….I’m imagining things…
I know…it’s now a little ‘one the nose’ what this story is a parody of now.
Happy Valentines Day to one and all, and welcome to Back Office’s first entry into the ironically NSFW ‘Sarah Zero VDSD 2013’!!
What is a VDSD you may ask? Well…it’s a web-comic community event that celebrates Valentines Day by having wed-comic characters appearing nude for the day. Doesn’t that sound romantic? . . . . .What to you mean ‘No’?!!
Needless to say, such an item is NSFW and so I’ve placed it away from the rest of the comic. If you wish to see Back Office’s VDSD image, please press here.
My other web-comic Bata Neart is also getting in on this, with another NSFW image located here.
On both pages you’ll get a list of links to all of the other participants of this year’s VDSD. Please take a moment to visit them too.
Please also check out the Comic the started all of this: Sarah Zero!
Have a great day!!
I’m very pleased to announce that Back Office is now listed with TopWebComics.com. This is a webcomic list website, much like the others Back Office is listed on. However, this site also runs a monthly poll, to determine it’s Top 100 Webcomics.
So, if you really like Back Office, and feel like showing it, please click on the ‘Vote’ button to the right of this blog. (Under RAWRtacular listings)
Hey there you lot!
Just to let you know, I’m still running my RAWRlog, even though my Comic now runs on a blog as well. I kind of want to keep them separate as I’ll be posting videos and reviews over on RAWRlog (and not so much here on Back Office). If you’re curious, just click on the RAWRlog! button above, or link to www.rawrtacular.com/rlog
..and in with the ComicPress.
RAWRtacular regulars will have probably noticed a big change in Back Office’s page. That’s because I changed out it’s old Gallery 2 pages for a far more suitable ComicPress blog.
Running this comic in Gallery 2 software didn’t really work like I hoped it would. The navigation buttons were too small, and the images themselves were reduced to a size that made reading the comic difficult. Thus when I stumbled upon ComicPress, it got it installed straight away.
The comic itself runs pretty well now. My only gripe is that I now have to re-make a theme for this page to match the rest of the site (Most of RAWRtacular uses darker colours). Beyond that, I’m loving it and I hope you are too!