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<   No. 340   2003-12-31   >

Comic #340

1 [caption]: {in the style of the medieval Bayeux Tapestry} In the year of our lord 1066 a dire omen is seen in the heavens
1 [caption]: Fell beasts stalk the land
1 [caption]: Only one man dares oppose them
1 Steve: Crikey! That dragon's a bit stroppy!

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This comic was made using the Historic Tale Construction Kit, which lets you make your own cool medieval tapestry using bits and pieces of the famous Bayeux Tapestry.

2012-11-29 Rerun commentary: I've replaced the link above to a current website that hosts a recreation of the original Historic Tale Construction Kit, which has long since vanished.

Interestingly, the Wikipedia article on the Bayeux Tapestry as it existed when this comic was originally published contains a link to the original Historic Tale Construction Kit. The current version of the Wikipedia page, while much more detailed, well referenced, and informative, does not, alas, contain anything so whimsically entertaining.

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