I'm proud to announce the start of ComicJuice, a web 2.0 social mashup tool that lets you create comics in your browser and share them with others.
Update: Now with Internet Explorer support! Thanks to Google's ExplorerCanvas. Viewing comics works in IE6 and 7, while editing still requires IE7.
The crazy part is that I started working on this only friday evening (that's 4 days ago). Once I had the initial idea and a rough plan, I simply couldn't not code it.
You can also embed comics with iframes, and copy/pastable code is provided. Like this lame example:
(No longer available)
I figured a Web 2.0 mash-up would not be complete without a fitting design to go in, so I designed icons, sliders and toolbars for the editor, as well as a theme for the website. The theme is a Garland knock-off: I guess I'm proving myself wrong that it's a bad base theme. It's actually quite good as it has fluid/fixed 1-3 column layouts in it.
I'm curious to see if ComicJuice takes off and what people do with it. It was a blast to code in any case. Check it out.