Talk:Checkerboard Nightmare

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"Chex's Schemes to Date" seems to contain a lot of minor stuff that has little to do with the main comic. I think it should be scrapped and replaced with a standard prose description of the comic. 07:49, 5 November 2005 (UTC)

  • Done and done. Ravenswood 09:33, 21 November 2005 (UTC)

  • The list of storylines...
1. There's too many. It should be whittled down to significant storylines.
2. The ones that stay need descriptions. I've done a few, and I'll add more, but I'd like to see some other people help, too. Thanks. Ravenswood 09:33, 21 November 2005 (UTC)

Is this worth mentioning?Geni 18:08, 21 November 2005 (UTC)


I've added some thing about the fact Chex is now at comixpedia. I am, however, unsure as to what url (if any) to give for Chex at comixpedia. Also there doesn't appear to be a fixed update schedule (though there is a rough implication it is monthly...) J•A•K 12:56, 6 January 2006 (UTC)


  • I'm not about to go through the folly of creating an account just to put this up for deletion, but even after reading the deletion discussion for this page, I don't see how Checkerboard Nightmare is notable in any significant way, or even any more so than Straub's current projects.
Oh, you *so* do not want to go through that kerfluffle again, I assure you. Especially not if a) you don't want to bother creating an account and b) now that the web comic fans are much, MUCH more active, organized, and aware of what's going on on Wikipedia. You'd just be askin' for a plateful of trouble.Thespian 21:24, 4 March 2007 (UTC)