|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:
DMG Blizzard, and Yellow
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
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
May 22, 2000. B&W's
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:
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
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
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".