Is this a ripoff of DM of the Rings?
Inspired by. When Shamus Young ended his strip based on the Lord of the Rings as a roleplaying campaign, he expressed surprise that nobody else had begun one on another movie. I was surprised too. A gap needed to be filled.
When does the strip update?
Three times a week! On Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Update time is 10:11 GMT, the same as Irregular Webcomic! Why those days? Because most other 3-a-week comics update Monday/Wednesday/Friday. We like to be different. And it gives you something new to read on the days many other comics don't update.
Is the RSS feed available through LiveJournal?
Yes, here: http://syndicated.livejournal.com/notesandnazis/.
So how did this come together?
Less than 24 hours passed between my idea to do this, and the first comic being posted. I dithered a bit, worried about the time commitment. Then at lunch at work the next day I shared my thoughts with some of my workmates. They immediately said, "Yes!! We must do this!!" So this comic is very much a collaborative effort with a hard-working team of 6 or 7 people behind the scenes, cooperating on the writing, the screengrabbing, and the compositing. This assuages my time pressure fears somewhat. But let's see how it goes.
Will you do another movie after this?
We're certainly thinking about it. We think the next logical candidate is My Fair Lady.
Why didn't you start with My Fair Lady then, since it was released a year earlier?
Quite simply, The Sound of Music has much better songs.
What game system are they using?
It's deliberately vague and unspecified. There are elements of several different games in it, plus some stuff that we just plain made up. So either imagine it's some fictional commercially available system, or call it a home-brew system.
"Notes & Nazis"??
Yeah. Give us a break. We had to come up with a name within a lunch hour - the same lunch hour where we discussed the idea, decided to do it, plotted out a metaplot involving the players and GM through the first six songs, and wrote the first strip.
So who are the Comic Irregulars?
The creators of Notes & Nazis are Andrew Coker, Andrew Shellshear, David Karlov, David McLeish, David Morgan-Mar, Ian Boreham, Loki Patrick, Steven Irrgang.
More questions? Praise? Abuse? You know the notes to sing.