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Comic profile: Just Scribbling
Just Scribbling
Line Drawing Just For Fun
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Comic language: English
Genre: Other
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 21st Nov 2017, 10:29 PM
Number of comics: 19
Number of subscribers: 2
Visitors: 4295 visitors (8746 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (2 votes)

Comic description

"Just Scribbling" started out as a test comic for RG2Cents to get the feel of html layout design here at ComicFury. However, it is turning into more of a charicature site. Stay tuned for future developements.

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RG2Cents
RG2Cents
RG2Cents is just an old grandpa who likes to draw pictures and write stories. Not only does he produce Just Scribbling, but also two other webcomics at another site. These as well as information on other works by RG2Cents can be seen at RG's 2 Cents Studios!

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RG2Cents
21st Nov 2017
RG2Cents
Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) was a Scottish critic, essayist, and historian. He was one of the most influential British writers of the 19th century.
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RG2Cents
16th Nov 2017
RG2Cents
Napoleon Bonaparte was the first emperor of the French, whose military career was marked with supreme triumphs and shattering defeats.
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RG2Cents
14th Nov 2017
RG2Cents
Daniel Webster (who lived from 1782-1852) was a statesman and the foremost orator of The United States.
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RG2Cents
9th Nov 2017
RG2Cents
In the 1800's, W.E. Gladstone was a statesman who served as prime minister of Great Britain four times.
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RG2Cents
7th Nov 2017
RG2Cents
Queen Victoria reigned over Great Britain for nearly 64 years, during which the British built the world's largest empire. It was said that was an empire on which the sun never set.
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