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Missed any edition of Cartoon and Conquer. Hit up the Gallery Archive at.....

 

http://www.cncnz.com/hosted-projects/cartoon-and-conquer/cartoon-archive/

 

You can view each gallery with thumbnail previews split across multiple pages. Or just pick the gallery you want, click on the first thumbnail preview and use the pop up Lightbox to “flip” through them.

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Nothing has been deleted. We are mergeing Cartoon and Conquer, and other projects like this back in to the main site. All news threads about Cartoon and Conquer and future ones can be found here http://forums.cncnz.com/forum/27-command-conquer-news/

 

View them all http://forums.cncnz.com/tags/forums/Cartoon+and+Conquer/

New Cartoon and Conquer section on CNCNZ.com at http://www.cncnz.com/hosted-projects/cartoon-and-conquer/

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Update: now that the series is done, most Cartoon and Conquer topics have been moved back into the Cartoon and Conquer forum.

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It seems all of the threads from before #34 have some error in the image embed code...

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That's because the code used was different back then. I should probably go back and fix them at some point...

 

Update:

All images are now corrected.

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Yeah that would be due to the all the changes that took place back in December 2013. While everything is fine on the main site, many of the older forum topics here are still expecting to find the images on cnp.cncnz.com. So as Nmenth has pointed out, they need to be fixed.

 

Isn't it easier to view them by going to http://www.cncnz.com/hosted-projects/cartoon-and-conquer/ and use either the Cartoon Archive or Commentary Gallery though?

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If viewing the strips was the only point, that would be better. But if people want to read the replies, they need to do it here, and the broken image code looks bad.

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