The subject of regular updates comes up a lot when discussing web comics. For comics that emulate the perpetually ongoing format of conventional daily strips it makes sense to create a reader habit. My goals are a bit different. I'm striving to tell a variety of stories. I hope to do some experimenting. My Other Work obligations require that I be flexible and there will be weeks when I can't work on web comics at all. A regular locked-in schedule doesn't really seem the best fit for me right now. Since it appears that reliable schedules are highly desired I'm looking for examples of successful or popular web comics that have significantly irregular schedules to see what clever-er folks than I are doing (and hopefully learn a thing or three). Anybody have any suggestions?
Promotional Example of the Day: Give the star of your web comic a Twitter feed: Chippy from Chippy and Loopus.
Good News: ComicPress 2.8 will have a theme usable with Blogger (via Frumph).
And Finally: ComicDish (appears to be a webcomic community) has the best quote so far about the current financial status of my Web Comic Project: "As of this writing, he's up to negative $20."