the Process hits 100,000

the Process hits 100,000As February 1st rolled over, the Process reached an important landmark. Page loads to the site reached 100,000! For other sites, this may not seem like much but for the little webcomic that could, it's a pretty big deal and I am very happy with it. When I started this project, I never dreamt that it would take off like it has. It's still not a juggernaut but all things have to start somewhere and so far this has been a wonderful beginning. So my thanks go out to all of you out there who have visited this site regularly or just once. It's your support and readership that helps power this engine onward. Recently I have been posting a lot of stuff on the blog. It's been a busy week with the Threadless submission and Webcomicgeek's nomination. So I am condensing another news item into this post. John Parkin over at has been a big supporter of this site and today he posted this little number to help generate more support for Roboto Mori on Threadless. He writes,

Joe Infurnari, the creative genius behind the webcomic The Process and the special guest artist of Wasteland #14, also designs T-shirts … his latest design, pictured above, is currently up for voting on, which prints shirts based on user interest (Web 2.0 at work!) If you think it’s a cool design, head over there and vote.

So there you have it. It's been a great week, folks. I'm going to get some more work done so go have yourselves a wonderful weekend.

Roboto Mori at Fantastic Blognanza!

Wow!My recent Threadless Tee design seems to have made an impression! Greg over at Fantastic Blognanza (a blog devoted to indie tees) is a fan of the design and lent a helping hand to my cause by posting a notice. Only after I saw this post did I find out that the design was on both Greg's and John's Top Ten Designs of 2007! Wow!If you haven't already, please click the "I'd buy it" button and give it a high score. If I'm fortunate enough to get it printed, I'll be sure to give a few away here to some of the many who have responded to the call. Here's the original plea for help. Here's the design on white:

Roboto Mori on Fuschia!

Get Your Vote On! Threadless Submission!

In my quest for cash, I submitted a t-shirt design to in the hopes that it might get printed. Here’s your chance to help make that happen! Please give this design a high score! If I get enough high scores the shirt will be printed and sold from the site and I will win some prizes. Take a look at it and if you like it, sign up and give it a high score. With your help, I might be able to pay off some debts! Thanks in advance for your support, folks. If it gets printed, I’ll buy up a bunch and give ‘em away to visitors for nuthin’! That’s how desparate I am! Click the image or sidebar thingamajig to vote!