Suburban Assault

Help Support Yehuda Moon

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I started reading the Yehuda Moon, an online comic strip about biking, just about the same time I started this blog. Admittedly, I wasn’t too much into it. The characters and stories had already been established, so it was kinda like being the new guy trying to catch up with the local gossip. Nothing made sense, so it really wasn’t interesting to me.

Fortunately, there’s RSS and Google Reader. Just for kicks, I subscribed to the Kickstand Feed which eventually led me to start following along more consistently. Sure enough, everything started to fall into place. The story line and characters all started to become familiar.

The author, Rick Smith (along with co-writer, Brian Griggs), bring forth many relatable topics about the different aspects of cycling that any rider would find interesting. Now I’m a fan.

The strip is free to read, but they still need your support to keep it going. If you haven’t heard of them, go check them out. If you read their comic regularly, shoot them a few bucks – or better yet – subscribe. It’s only $3 a month.

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Written by dickdavid

June 14, 2010 at 7:49 am

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  1. A bike related comic strip? Will have to check this out!

    Jami

    June 14, 2010 at 8:29 am

    • It’s nice in an ol’ school Sunday paper kinda way.

      I also love their business model with giving it away and asking for support instead of forcing a subscription fee to unlock content. This builds a better audience and a stronger fan base.

      dickdavid

      June 14, 2010 at 8:52 am


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