The Bizarre Cathedral - 80

The Bizarre Cathedral - 80


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Other languages

Thanks to the hard work of others, The Bizarre Cathedral is now also available in the following languages (links below go to external sites):

  • Greek -- thanks to Eleftherios Kosmas
  • Czech -- thanks to Kainashi
  • Italian -- thanks to GL-Como (Gruppo Linux Como).

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Ryan Cartwright's picture

I'm not sure how much demand there would be but it would be fun to do.

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Terry Hancock's picture

Well, there'd be very little risk if you went with print-on-demand. I'd buy one. :-)

I have some graphics resources that might be useful if you want it to carry FSM branding (the "FSM Press" logo and the background image from the original magazine that I used on my book cover.

Ryan Cartwright's picture

P.O.D. was what I had in mind. To be honest I have been thinking about this for a little while myself but rather than just reproduce the strips as they have appeared in FSM I might see if adding some colour works. Some are in colour as it is but the Mutt's t-shirt will always be a faded black one ;).

The 100th strip seems a good target to aim for. I'm also working on a Comic Strip Plasmoid plug-in for KDE as well. Watch this space as they say.

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Ryan Cartwright heads up Equitas IT Solutions who offer fair, quality and free software based solutions to the voluntary and community (non-profit) and SME sectors in the UK. He is a long-term free software user, developer and advocate. You can find him on Twitter and Identi.ca.