25 February 2013 10:15 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

The beloved, brilliant web comic "Achewood" might become a TV show. Creator Chris Onstad announced yesterday that he's been "working with a team of artists, engineers, and producers to bring Achewood to life. To give it the voices, richness, and opportunities it never had as a comic strip." For years, Onstad updated "Achewood" several times a month, but the strip has been on hiatus since June. "I;m flying to Los Angeles today to begin a week of network pitch meetings," Onstad wrote. "If things go well, we'll find a home for our show." [Rips out eyelashes, starts making wishes.] If you need some help getting started with your "Achewood" fandom, here's a great strip about greeting cards and the best argument ever against getting up early. »

- Margaret Lyons

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