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THE STORY SO FAR: Harold, Otis' vegetarian zombie friend, has discovered a tumor. A search for treatment has brought Otis and Harold to the house of mad scientist Xana Xavier, one of the leading experts on Zombie Cancer, at least that's what the ad said... New readers can start here. You can find the latest news on my cancer experience below in the newsbox.(Last updated 6/18/05)

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7/11/2005 - I'm on a discussion panel! I'll be down at the San Diego Comic-Con this Thursday, July 14th from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Room 3 to talk about the upcoming release of TopTwoThreeFilms' Adventures Into Digital Comics.

7/3/2005 - Innies and Outties is going to be in an art exhibit on cancer!

6/18/2005 - I had an X-Ray and blood test last Friday (June 10th) and am still cancer-free until my next round of tests in July.

5/18/2005 - Dear readers, on February 28th, I was diagnosed with a malignant tumor in my right testicle. On March 10, testicular cancer was confirmed with the removal of that testicle. I am currently under 'surveillance,' which involves frequent testing of my body for metastasis. Friday, I received an all-clear based on my PET/CT scan and blood tumor markers within the range of normal, which means I'm cancer-free until my next test in four weeks.To receive more comprehensive updates on my health status, please join the Innies and Outties mailing list. Please send all e-mails here

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8/28/2004 - After being down for seven days, www.inniesandoutties.com is back up and running and now redirects traffic to this page.

7/26/2004 - I'm back from the Comic-Con! Thanks to everyone who stopped by the nice.purrsia.com table as well as my table-mates for making this year's Con so much fun: Terrence and Isabel Marks, Thomas and Tamara Deeny, and Mark Mekkes. Thanks also go to Cartoon Militia for just being all-around cool table neighbors. Also, special thanks to Sara Hanley for providing great company and support during the off Con hours. I have SOLD OUT of all copies of the PageFree Publishing edition of Book One, though you can still get copies through on-line retailers such as Amazon.com.

6/12/2004 - Changed the design of the FAQ page. Also added graphic links at the bottom of the FAQ page.

4/8/2004 - The Archive now goes back to the end of Book Two. If you've got both books, you can now read straight through from the beginning of Innies and Outties dating back from February 14, 2000 to the present!

3/11/2004 - Innies and Outties Book Two is available for sale at Booksurge!

11/23/2003 - The FAQ page has been updated. Also, fixed all the links to the Extra Pepperoni archive and the "How I do Innies and Outties" sections.

11/17/2003 - The Archive page has received a facelift and now features storyline highlights from the first 3 1/2 years of Innies and Outties. Also, Phooey! Evil Gets All the Fun! has been added to the store section.

8/21/2003 - While at the Comic-Con, I interviewed for "Adventures Into Digital Comics" a documentary film on digital comics being made by Sebastien Dumesnil over at Top Two Three Films . Included are interviews and bios with many on-line cartoonists. Check it out!

7/21/2003 - Back from the Comic-Con. Thanks to everyone who stopped by the table - especially those who had nice comments about the strip and book - that means a lot to me! Special thanks to my table neighbors - Chuck Whelon, Indigo Kelleigh, and Dirk Tiede (and Steph) from Modern Tales; Pants Press; Bill Barnes and Gene Ambaum of Unshelved; Shaenon Garrity of Narbonic at the Girlamatic table - as well as Christa Percival for helping out at my table and my host Natalie Masson for helping make my first Comic-Con table a memorable and fun experience.

2/23/2002 - LA-based comic book shops stocking the first Innies and Outties book: Meltdown Comics in West Hollywood and Golden Apple in Hollywood.

2/12/2002 - FINALLY! A webzine about webcomics and only webcomics: Comixpedia

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