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It's like coming home.


Has it really been that long?

For the past few years, Planet 3 has always been sitting in the back of my mind, but it took sitting down and re-reading the old strips to get the juices flowing again.

This site is the reslult of learning many new techniques, and bringing them all together into a new place. Over the next few weeks in particular you'll see the site evolve and grow as the pieces all begin to fit together.

It's time to strap on my web-shooters and get back to work. I can't wait to see what's next.

- Joe



I suppose I should say it's good to be back. Because it is. For some of you, we're the new kids on the block (I'm Jordan) trying to prove our worth in the vast, bloated sea of digital comics. For others, you may remember us from years long lost wondering where we could have run off to. If you miss the puppets and the girl scouts, the dragons and maybe even the vague 80s references, I apologize for our absence and hope you take solace in the fact that all of that, and much more, have returned.

The following is not a retcon in any way but a continuation of our story and struggle at large taking place long after the events where we left off so if you're new, come and enjoy, and if you're not, well, there may be some in-jokes that still aren't that funny. Maybe they are. It's been a while.

We'll start this off light with a few strips to get the ball rolling before delving into something a little more heavy. And by heavy, I mean light. Not quite Guiding Light light, but near enough. It deals with Tyler Perry whom I sure many of your love and whom may almost as American as apple pie. But that comes later. For now, enjoy the running man.

And on a personal note, I realize I'm (a little) late to the party here, but everyone who can should be playing Batman: Arkham Asylum. I tried to elude the siren's call and after wearing the demo thin figured it was high time to cut my losses and take the plunge. While it's only September and there is sure much more delight to come before the holidays roar in full swing, but for now, we're looking at Game of the Year. Easy. I haven't delved into the challenges yet as I'm still playing through the game proper but it's already good enough for me to call it. From what I've heard and understand, the game doesn't tank in the later half. Good to know.