Well, There’s a Girl and a Spider Web, Anyway.

In a very literal and yet very loose translation of The Girl In The Spider's Web, I'm stuck to a wall by a spiderweb. Dressed like Lisbeth Salander in black with combat boots and punk hair, I say, "If only I could get near a computer! Or a hammer! I could save everyone! I could make a difference!" In the next panel, the Spider hangs from a tree on a snowy cliff near an open laptop. "All these years," he says, "Why didn't you?"
Everyone who saw The Girl In The Spider’s Web are yelling, “spoilers!” and everyone who didn’t is just like, “Damn, Lynda, you do…stuff!” But, you know what, I’m just wondering how we’re having this conversation considering I’m clearly in a room and the Spider is clearly on a cliff. Oh well.

(And yes, for those who are into Lisbeth Salander’s shirts, those numbers do correspond to those letters of the alphabet and HAHA I amuse myself so much.)

I Made A Thing!

The Spider catches up with me and I tell him I made a game. He plays it and asks, "Is that all?" I say I've been coding for 100 days straight.

I’ve somehow been coding 100 days straight and to celebrate I made a game.

It’s a memory match game starring all of us comic strip characters and can be found here: https://codepen.io/LyNac/full/gdWBPQ/

It needs JavaScript enabled and I’d love feedback (like if it doesn’t behave the way it should). I am planning bigger things for it by day 200!