Eric says...

"Sabrina Online" is a comic strip created, written, and drawn by Eric W. Schwartz. New strips will appear at the rate of between two and five every month. You probably realize now that this is not quite as fast or structured an affair as other web-based comics, but I am not doing this for the money, as my finances seem to show, and my main purpose is to pop out some of the stories I have held onto for too long, as well as to just have fun. If I got too regimented about this comic, I would no longer have any fun with it, and that would pass on to the comic itself. Put simply, If I did it faster, I'd do it slower.
Sabrina Online appears in a few user group newsletters, most notably the Amitech-Dayton Amiga Gazette, serving the AmiTech-Dayton user group and published by E.S. Productions. Sabrina Online appeared regularly in the keen British magazine Amiga Format until it ceased publication in 2000, to be picked up by the 'New Amigans' magazine by G'n'G Publishing.

CONTENT WARNING: - those with hyper-sensitive dispositions or little children should be warned that this comic strip may occasionally contains words, ideas, images, and other subject matter (what's left?) that may be considered objectionable to some. There shouldn't be anything here that you won't find on television, (sans cable) but if you are the type who thinks Bugs Bunny really needs to wear pants, consider yourself warned, and don't view any of the comic strips.

This comic strip is Copyright ©1996-2003 Eric W. Schwartz, commercial rights reserved. This comic is redistributable in a limited way. The file itself is freely distributable, as long as it is not modified in any way. User groups and non-profit organizations wishing to reprint the comic strip in their newsletter or website may do so, as long as proper credit is given to myself and this website. (I would also like to be notified if you do use it) Any commercial magazines, books, or electronic media publications may negotiate with me by E-mail if they wish to publish or otherwise reprint the comic strips. Now on with the show!