For nostalgic reasons, I decided to put an entire collection of Rasputin Catamite webcomics that I made in 2009 and prior back up on one of my sites. Most of the webcomics are badly drawn. The humor/story/writing varies from decent to god-awful. Continuity is an afterthought. The whole series is pretty offensive for the most part. But, these comics were something I made with a bunch of friends, and for better or worse, I have some really good memories behind them.
I originally had my old school RaspCats displayed on a pretty Singapore image gallery with descriptions and titles. Unfortunately my old webhost (Lunarpages -- GRR) decided that I was using too many CPUs in 2010, took down all of my sites with barely any warning and wanted to jack my hosting fees by $40 a month. When I told them I was moving, they denied me access to my sites, unless I paid them. I lost everything that I hadn't backed up offline. It sucked, but whatever.
I restarted the Rasputin Catamite webcomic series on ComicPress (later switched to Inkbot/Webcomic) with better art and an actual story. Life happens, and it wasn't all bad. Nevertheless, I wanted to put the comics back up online to see how my art has progressed over time and to remember the good times.
So here's what I ask of the community. I need over 300 titles for these comics and lots of them. That's it. They can be random. They can be descriptive. Whatever. I don't care. These comics just need titles. You don't even have to read any of them. Seriously. I just need ideas and something other than dates. That's all. If you want credit, just comment on the site itself, leave a link and I will be sure to mention you.
If you actually want to read them (warning: they may hurt your brain) the archives are here: http://rasputincatamite.com/collection/rasputin-catamite-original/
If you want to start from the first one, it's here: http://rasputincatamite.com/archive/2006-04-14/
As I said before, a lot of these are stomach-churningly awful, offensive and (censored) NSFW -- just so you're warned. These are not comics you want your kids seeing. That's all.
Thanks to anyone who might be willing to lend a hand. It would mean a lot.