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A nice start to the year - part III
Thursday 4 January 2007
January always seems to kick off with something nice for Rainbow Orchid. After being linked to by Warren Ellis yesterday, I've also just read the latest Fool Britannia column to see Rainbow Orchid has been honoured as joint winner Fool Britannia Webcomic of the Year 2006 (with Gun Street Girl).
"The plot is like a Faberge Egg, beautiful to behold even at the most superficial glance, but so exquisitely intricate that the closer you look the more you see."
- Regie Rigby, Fool Britannia.
posted 04.01.07 at 1:37 pm in Julius Chancer | permalink |


Murray, on Thursday 4 January 2007 at 7:36 pm, says:

Great news on the award! Gun Street Girl's server seems to be overloaded on the strength of it, at the mo, so I can't tell if it features any Nazi monkeys...

Paulhd, on Friday 5 January 2007 at 9:46 pm, says:

Well done. Remember, more Rainbow Orchid means more awards, so keep working.

Garen, on Friday 5 January 2007 at 11:00 pm, says:

Well... it's not really an award, more a title - but a very nice one. Anyway, I'm an artiste, I don't care for awards! :-) And I'm surprised someone hasn't said the plot is more like a Fab-herge Egg. So I'll say it.

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