(From Something Positive. Click for full-sized origin stories.)
Click on the name of Something Positive above. You’ll be taken to the main S*P page.
You may notice that most of the first screen is taken up by ads, navigation, and plugging of merchandise and con appearances.
Below that, you get the actual comic.
Below that, you get the latest edition of Randy Milholland’s side project Super Stupor.
At an earlier point in the site’s history, you’d have gotten one or two more side projects.
Finally, below all of that, is the site’s blog.
Now that you’ve seen all of this, I ask you: do you think Milholland would benefit from a PVP-style reimagining of his site?
Perhaps even more than Scott Kurtz, Milholland seems to already be running Something Positive as more of a hub for his own brand than as a site for one particular webcomic. Certainly I imagine taking a cue from PVP here would have to be better than how the S*P home page is laid out today.
(Damn, for someone who’s occasionally seemed to be in the lap of Bengo I’ve been praising Kurtz and PVP quite a bit lately, haven’t I? And I’m not even done! I have more to hammer this point home with!)