Frequently Asked Questions
What is this comic about?
A Girl and Her Fed (AGAHF) is the story of a girl who finds she is being watched by the government. She and the federal agent assigned to her case form a partnership and attempt to untangle a knotty conspiracy. After that, things get complicated.
How often does it update?
Every Monday and (usually) every Thursday.
I love comics with large archives! Where should I start?
Welcome! You should start with the first comic.
Please note that I've been updating the old strips in the archive with new, full-color strips, so there will be a sudden shift back to black-and-white after the first 150+ comics. Then it goes to full-color again.
I'm terrified by comics with large archives! Where should I start?
Why did you do an art reboot?
The story reboot begins here
and revises the art and content of the original black-and-white strips. The original strips were saved in 72dpi, which is not suitable for printing. It is also done to repair formatting errors such as pacing and misspellings, and to remove confusing elements such as minor plot holes. Also, I started out not knowing how to draw at all,
and have gradually improved.
Why are you writing novels set in the same world?
I have a problem with This, or That, or The Other, because it is wrong in the comic and does not happen like that in Real Life.
Warning! This comic contains a talking koala.
Why is Speedy so mean/sex-crazed? Don't you know koalas have thumbs?
Koalas have an excellent publicist. They might be adorable but koalas, particularly male koalas, have a vicious streak if they aren't allowed to remain in their natural habitat. Koalas of both genders will hump anything that moves. Speedy isn't a fuzzy miniature human being; he's a full-grown male Queensland koala, and he's just being true to his nature. As for his lack of thumbs? I'm sorry to have to bring this up but Speedy isn't real.
How can I contact you?
- Email: Each note on the main page of the comic has a hyperlink to my email. Or you can do it the old-fashioned way with your human hands by typing otter
- Blog: I read comments on the blog
- Twitter: @kbspangler
- Facebook: I don't have a personal page. I also don't maintain the comic's Facebook page
, but messages left there will get to me!
- Snail mail: K.B. Spangler // p.o. Box 41241 // Greensboro, NC // 27404
. I check this box infrequently. Please do not ship perishables, especially food, and especially-especially
I have an idea for the comic!
Thank you but the plot for the comic is already planned.