Dunno if it would help, but I have been working on a time-line for the site.
About halfway through.
Sequential Art Timeline
0001 – Arthur “Art” Mathews introduced.
0002 – Kathleen “Kat” Vance introduced.
0003 – Phillip “Pip” McGraw introduced.
0007 – “Spider in the bathroom” crisis begins, in which the crew tackle an arachnid presence in the bathroom.
0011 – “Spider in the bathroom” crisis ends.
0014 – “The First Denizen” incident begins, in which Art becomes stranded in the countryside. Pip calls upon the dubious services of demented taxi driver, “Crazy” Sven, to rescue him. On the safe return of Art to the house, the mad driver leaves a free gift; a strange, jet black “doll”…. Which turns out to be pure evil.
0018 – Crazy Sven introduced.
0020 – Jack introduced.
0026 – “The First Denizen” incident ends.
0029 – “High School Reunion” begins, in which Kat drags Art to her high-school reunion and encounters her long-time nemesis, Hilary.
0032 – Hilary Locke introduced
0037 – “High School Reunion” ends.
0040 – “Vagrant in the Loft” incident begins, in which a hyperactive and rather mental squirrel is discovered in the upper spaces of the house.
0042 – Scarlet introduced.
0052 – “Vagrant in the Loft” incident ends.
0053 – “Penguin needs pennies” incident begins, in which Pip racks up a massive bid on Ebuy that he must somehow find the money to pay. He concluded that the fastest way to generate the required capital is to sell Scarlet to an online pervert. An action which Kat sabotages, leaving Pip to face an angry weirdo, who strips naked in protest and doesn’t leave the doorstep until Art hands over the item that had got Pip into trouble in the first place: a rare issue of “Hyper Hound”.
0063 – Eyurin Gaylord introduced.
0067 – “Penguin needs pennies” incident ends.
0068 – “Christmas 2005” begins.
0081 – “Christmas 2005” ends.
0090 – “Computer meltdown” incident begins, in which Art destroys his computer by trying to install a game it has no hope of running. He and Pip travel to the local computer emporium in search of a replacement.
0093 – Elton introduced.
0100 – “Computer meltdown” incident ends.
0103 – “Jack’s back” incident begins, in which the nefarious Denizen, Jack, returns to terrorize the gang. He traps Scarlet briefly, but is thwarted by a swift kick. He then escapes into the house after the gang fail to capture him.
0109 – “Jack’s back” incident ends.
0110 – “Clothes shop showdown” incident begins, in which Art and Kat go clothes shopping and encounter Hilary. A stand-off between her and Kat breaks down into a punch-up in which many garments, including the one they were fighting over AND those they were wearing, are shredded.
0117 – “Clothes shop showdown” incident ends.
0120 – “Easter Baldness” incident begins, in which the gang get hyped up on chocolate. Art passes out and boredom leads to his head being shaven by the others. The hat they buy for him as an apology is not well received. Meanwhile, Scarlet has discovered bubblegum….and ends up with it stuck all over her face, forcing Kat to cut it free. Scarlet, always being in motion however, means a mite more fur is removed than intended, leaving her just as bald as Art and with the same silly hat.
Hair restorer has some effect on Art. More so on Scarlet.
0133 – “Easter Baldness” incident ends.
0134 – “Into Lorcraft” begins, Pip’s first foray into the Realm of Lorcraft. He has the killer name but not the killer skills, and ends up hiding in the woods, stamping on low-XP yielding grasshoppers.
0138 – “Into Lorcraft” ends.
0139 – “The Junk Room” incident begins, in which the silly hats Art and Scarlet were forced to wear during their “bald” period breed. The surplus hats are dumped in the house’s Junk Room….or they would be if there was space. It’s decided that there’s too much crap in the house and the gang agree to cull their unwanted garbage. Kat, fuelled by feline curiosity, cannot help but make a random purchase on EBuy, leading to the arrival of a new house member.
0147 – Leonard introduced.
0155 – “The Junk Room” incident ends.
0165 – “Satan has Bunny Ears” incident begins, in which Art finds himself in the employ of Hilary, who turns out to be a marketing executive for Ann Winters, a lingerie company. Art is on the team said company hires and, due to his connection with Kat; Hilary sets out to make his job as difficult as possible.
She is only undermined in this effort when Pip finds pictures from Hilary’s dubious early career as a porn star, which the bunny is most eager to keep quiet. So much so that she backs off Art.
0178 – “Satan has Bunny Ears” incident ends.
0182 – “The Raygun” incident begins, in which the gang go to a comic convention. Kat succumbs to her geeky impulses and buys armfuls of merchandise, Art embarrasses himself in front of one of his idols and Pip meets a hamster.
Art also purchases a rare and expensive Death Ray toy, which, on returning home; Scarlet actually makes (briefly) fully functional, hinting that there may be some brains in her manic little head.
Try as they might, though, they can’t get her to repeat her brief flash of genius, so Art places the no-longer-functional Raygun on the shelf….where Jack is waiting.
0189 – Funk Cho introduced.
0193 – Phillip M Jackson introduced.
0194 – Helga introduced.
0204 – “The Raygun” incident ends.
0207 – “There was a spider” incident begins, in which Art does battle with a tenacious arachnid.
0210 – “There was a spider” incident ends.
0211 – “Lap Nap” incident begins, in which Pip forces Art and Kat to sit through the “Metrix” sequels, which bores them to sleep. During this comatose period, Kat’s head unintentionally slides into Art’s lap, leading to confusion, embarrassment and anger.
0218 – “Lap Nap” incident ends.
0219 – “Christmas 2006” begins.
0227 – “Christmas 2006” ends.
0228 – “Snowy Vengeance” incident begins, in which Art does battle with the snowball-hurling local children and Leonard encounters snow for the first time.
0229 – Timmy Walkworth introduced (but not seen)
0236 – “Snowy Vengeance” incident ends.
0237 – Jack makes a phone call.
0238 – “Strinpit” incident begins, in which Kat is called to the very school she attended as a kid and is forced to face the teacher she hated (and feared) the most.
0239 – Miss Strinpit introduced.
0240 – Ann Walkworth introduced.
0249 – “Strinpit” incident ends.
0250 – Something takes control of a Russian freighter on the high seas.
0252 – “Hunting Pickles” incident begins, in which Pip continues to play Realm of Lorcraft. Having now elevated himself to a quite respectable Level 63 Knight, Pip, or rather; Killaman Slaughtermaster, goes in search of his next bounty: a vile and despicable creature, whose name strikes fear into all who hear it…..Pickles.
En Route, Pip encounters an Amazon names Fern, who also hunts the beast, and whom Pip falls madly in love with.
At least until Art points out that, in the real world, “she” is most likely a “he”.
0256 – Fern introduced.
0266 – “Hunting Pickles” incident ends.
0268 – The Denizens are introduced.
0274 – “The Day of the Denizens” begins, in which the gang are captured by Jack, who has reverse engineered the weaponised toy Raygun Scarlet had previously constructed and used it to build a super-sized version that he plans to launch into orbit.
They eventually escape, but not before Leonard has been sent into a parallel dimension, Pip has run off in his underwear and Scarlet has been turned into a component for a generator.
Fleeing through the mass of tunnels that the Denizens have constructed beneath the house, Art and Kat learn a little about the origin of the strange shadow creatures before rejoining their friends to stop Jack conquering the world.
0333 – “The Day of the Denizens” ends.
0342 – “They linger” incident begins, in which it is discovered that The Denizens have remained in the tunnels under the house. After Jack was blown up by his own machine, they are now leaderless and looking for something to do.
0351 – “They linger” incident ends.
0352 – “Christmas 2007” begins.
0365 – “Christmas 2007” ends.
0369 – “Team Scarlet” begins, in which Scarlet takes a shot at Team Fortress 2.
0376 – “Team Scarlet” ends.
0377 – “Pancakes?” begins, in which the gang make (or TRY to make) pancakes.
0381 – “Pancakes?” ends.
0382 – “Crazy Boris” incident begins, in which the gang decide that the Denizens really have to be stopped from getting into the house. A builder is called in to seal off the tunnels, but said builder sources his construction materials from unsettling locations. In this case: the house’s very foundations.
In the end, the Denizens are released to repair the damage done by the deranged builder, and as a reward; Art gives them a crappy old TV to watch soap operas on…..which they love.
0387 – Crazy Boris introduced.
0394 – “Crazy Boris” incident ends.
0396 – OzBasic introduced. In a secret lab somewhere, covered in logos reading “Quinten”, two scientists look over a raygun found after The Day of the Denizens. They comment that it looks very familiar to designs drawn up by their own staff.
0397 – “Vanity Thorn” incident begins, in which Art and Pip are introduced to Kat’s sexy, gothy friend. She wants Kat to help her out with a book she’s working on; she needs photographs to go with some poetry she’s written and Kat is more than eager to assist.
During the project, Kat and Vanity stay at a creepy hotel, where a ghost hunting themed TV show is being filmed. The duo get roped into the programme by its star “psychic”.
0399 – Vanity Thorn introduced.
0416 – Mr Foster introduced.
0418 – Derrek Johnson introduced.
0425 – “Stoker” introduced.
0427 – “Vanity Thorn” incident ends.
0429 – “Anti Tech” incident begins, in which Art learns that he radiates a “Anti-Tech” field. Something which causes all technology around him to fail. Desperation leads him to seek help from a strange couple who “implant” a chip into his head that suppresses the “Anti Tech” energies.
0439 – Mr & Mrs Cole introduced.
0443 – “Anti Tech” incident ends.
0444 – A sinister looking team of men operating out of a vehicle marked “Quinten” pull a suit from the water. Its label reads “5C4RL37”.