Who are we?
  • Snowflake Studios, a spin-off of DMGice.com, features a variety of comics by a variety of artists. We've been around since January of 2000 and have been on Snowflake since December of 2000.
  • The Snowflake family consists of three sites: Snowflake Studios, DMG Blizzard, and Yellow Snow.

Milestones in Snowflake History

  • January 13, 2000. A picture of chatroom regulars drawn by Josh Nickerson is posted on DMGice.com. This is a precursor to Fresh From the Icebox.

  • January 18, 2000. The Snowflake is launched on DMGice.com. It featured sections called "Importationality", "On the Wing of Peril" (only lasts one update), and "iSymph". No comics just yet.

  • January 25, 2000. Fresh From the Icebox premieres on DMGice.com.

  • February 7, 2000. "DMG Divas" added. Still no comics.

  • February 14, 2000. Fresh From the Icebox becomes the first comic to appear on The Snowflake.

  • May 22, 2000. B&W's World debuts.

  • May 23, 2000. The Usual Suspects, another comic based on DMG Ice regulars, debuts.

  • July 12, 2000. The Fresh From the Icebox Summer Special is released.

  • August 21, 2000. The second season of Fresh From the Icebox- "Fresh From the Icebox: NEXT" debuts.

  • September 2000. The Snowflake gets 3 new comics: "Viral Speakers", "The Thrilling Adventures of Lieber Man", and "AT Freak Show". Hbomb's "Fresh From the Icebox: Origins" fanfic debuts.

  • November 2, 2000. The Snowflake is renamed "Snowflake Studios".

  • November 21, 2000. Snowflake Studios begins to move to Keenspace, starting with the archives for At Freak Show.

  • November 28, 2000. The move to Keenspace continues with the Usual Suspects, and the launch of a new comic- "The DMG Files".

  • December 5, 2000. Snowflake Studios officially launches on Keenspace, featuring "Fresh From the Icebox", "B&W's World", "The Usual Suspects", "Viral Speakers", "The Thrilling Adventures of Lieber Man", "AT Freak Show", and "The DMG Files".

  • June 18, 2001. Harold "Hbomb" Price emerges as new webmaster for Snowflake Studios, following a 2-month hiatus caused by the crashing of Philip's laptop.

  • September 30, 2002. The Hbomb Show becomes the first Snowflake comic to move to its own Keenspace site. However, the HBS site goes offline in mid-November, and doesn't come back for good until April 7, 2003. The Hbomb Show returns to Snowflake during the downtime.

  • April 14, 2003. Yellow Snow, a Snowflake spin-off  featuring comics with more mature content debuts with "At Freak Show", "B&W's World", "Have a Nice Day", "Mean Squirrel Theatre", "Fresh Meat", "Hatman", and a new comic called "Nintend-Odd".

  • July 30, 2003. Yellow Snow moves to its permanent site on Keenspace.

  • September 1, 2003. Snowflake Studios moves to a new site, leaving the old account for DMG Blizzard, which focuses on gaming-related comics. This is the new home for Snowflake classics "The DMG Files", "Fresh From the Icebox" and "World Domination".

You Might Have Seen Us Elsewhere:

Josh Nickerson
Webcomic: The Nolans
Keenspot Miniseries: The Treasure Hunters
Guest Strips:

Techni Myoko
Webcomic: Techni Gaiden
Guest Strips:

  • The Nolans (1) (2) (3) (4)

  • The Hbomb Show

Flaming Moose
Webcomic: Luther and Locke (formerly Dick!)
Guest Strips:

Reed Brooks
Webcomic: Stupid Comics
Guest Strips:

Harold "Hbomb" Price
Webcomic: The Hbomb Show
Guest Strips:

Matthew "Duke" Cavalier
Andthen... Fanfiction
Guest Strips:


Snowflake Staff
Harold "Hbomb" Price- Co-Webmaster
usfhbomb@hotmail.com (MSNM)
AIM: Hbomb01
YIM: usfhbomb
ICQ: 4762581
Click for Hbomb's LiveJournal!


Philip Wesley- Co-Webmaster/Founder
AIM: Philipdmgice
YIM: dmgice
ICQ: 10714727
MSNM: philipdmgice@hotmail.com
Rebecca "Globe Flower" Bailey- Graphic Artist

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