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A Girl and Her Wookiee was a bi-weekly comic strip written by Gil Dowling and drawn by Keith Quinn, both long-time Star Wars fans. It ran from June 4, 2001 through December 24, 2002 at SWG Stratics. The strip centered on Lorla Thisteen, a young girl searching for her missing grandfather (secretly a retired Jedi Knight) with the aid of her loyal companion, Tonkah the Wookiee, and their pilot, Symon Jakkel.

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People

Artist, web designer, and storyteller—Keith Quinn is the creator of the Local Heroes and Playtime Projects comic strips and websites. Keith was also the co-creator of A Girl and Her Wookiee, a bi-weekly comic strip that ran from June 4, 2001 through December 24, 2002 at SWG Stratics.

If you'd like to see more of his work, check out his online portfolio.

Contact Keith at www.hurm.com/contact/.

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Hurm Studio

The hands, brains, and soul of Hurm.com can be found in Hurm Studio. We make illustrations, graphic designs, Web sites, comic book art, and all sorts of visually artistic creations—and there may even be a little bit of writing, too.

Visit the Hurm Studio portfolio at www.hurm.com/studio/.

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Contact

Yearning to throw some praise at a creator? Saw a bug in the site design? Fact-checking for an article you are writing? Use the Hurm.com Contact Form to pass along any comments, questions, or requests you might have.

Pop over to the Hurm Contact Form at www.hurm.com/contact/.

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Advertise

Looking to have an ad on a Hurm site? You're in luck! You have a few opportunities to choose from. You can buy ad spaces on the following sites:

Here is how you can advertise on the sites mentioned above:

Place a button ad in the sidebar of Hurm.com, Hurm News, Playtime Projects, and A Girl and Her Wookiee: These button ads appear simultaneously at all of the aforementioned sites and are managed by Project Wonderful.

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Place a banner ad near the top of every Local Heroes page: These banner ads appear near the top of every page on this site. On pages that display comics, these banner ads will appear just underneath the comic. These ads are managed by Project Wonderful. (Sorry, no "not safe for work" or adult-only ads on the Local Heroes site.)

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Place a text ad in the sidebar of every Local Heroes page: These banner ads appear near the top of every page on this site. On pages that display comics, these banner ads will appear just underneath the comic. These ads are managed by Google AdWords. (Sorry, no "not safe for work" or adult-only ads on the Local Heroes site.)

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Place a banner ad near the top of the Playtime Projects home page: These banner ads appear only on the home page of this site and are managed by Project Wonderful.

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