Welcome to Lifehouse: Behind the Video Blogs
This is a fan comic about the band Lifehouse. Lifehouse used to post videos on their MySpace blog about their lives. Some of the videos are funny, and some are completely random. This comic strip is an attempt to explain what goes on behind the scenes of their videos, and to extrapolate on the semi-fictional reality that Lifehouse portrays in them. Some of the comics refer to certain videos, and some are just about Lifehouse in general. This is a fictional comic based on real people, and is not affiliated with Lifehouse. If you don't usually watch Lifehouse's vlogs, be sure to check the reference comments below before reading the comics. Comics are no longer posted on a schedule, but there may be new ones every once in a while.
If you want to keep track of new comics and news, add the RSS feed
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to watch Lifehouse's video blogs. For more about this comic's background and other fan art, visit the additional pages on this site. Thanks for stopping by. -Sylvia
It's been a while since I added any games to the site. The new one is a Lifehouse song title version of Mad Gab. Here is it. Enjoy!
New Song Parody
Hi guys! I added a new song parody to the parodies page, Serenade.
In other news, I've updated all the extra page comments to Intense Debate, because the previous service wasn't working. That means that all the previous comments got lost (not the ones on the comics, though, those are run by Smack Jeeves and they're still there).
Also, no one seems to have responded to my request for first time Lifehouse encounters (like I posted about in the last news update). That's fine, I just thought it would be fun.
"First Time" Lifehouse Encounters
Hi fans! I was thinking about how I really like to read other people's stories of how they got to meet Lifehouse, especially for the first time, so I decided that I want to add a section on this site specifically for that purpose. I want to collect stories of fans meeting Lifehouse for the first time, or some other encounter that was particularly exciting. If you're willing to share your story publicly, here's what you can do: You may have a blog post about it already, and if so, you can just sent me the link and I'll link to it in the section. If not, you can write your story in an e-mail, and I'll make a page for it on this site. Send your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make it as long and drawn-out as you want, especially in describing your reaction to the experience. Remember that these will be posted publicly. I don't want to pressure anyone into sharing a story that's too personal. Thanks!
I won't post stories that I find to be too disrespectful to Lifehouse or anyone else, or that have any kind of mature content.
This Site Is Alive and Kicking
Hello fans! I know it's been a while since I wrote an update on here, but I just wanted to let everyone know that this site is not dead. In fact, I just did some restructuring in preparation for things to come. I removed the bottom menu, and moved some stuff to the extras page. I'm not doing affiliate links anymore. All the Lifehouse-related links are on the band page. I try to keep everything up to date. Just added the fan site Ultimate Lifehouse. The fan fiction contest is now in limbo, on the extras page. I'm not going to promote it anymore, but it'll always be there if anyone wants to add to it.
Things to come, you ask? Well, I'm not saying that I'm going to make more comics. I will if I feel inspired, but this site has become about more than that. It has art, fan fiction, games and contests, and other fun things. I will be adding more stuff to the site in the near future. Stay tuned. Hold onto your RSS feeds. And chat with me on Twitter if you want to talk about Lifehouse.
News Archive >>
Hello, fans! Boy, it's been a while, hasn't it? But this site is still alive, and still waiting for more entries for the fan fiction contest (haha, I bet you forgot!).
Anyway, I wanted to draw attention to this awesome creative project that I just discovered. Lifehouse Puppets is a new site that I just found. It seems to be a mission to create puppets of Lifehouse and bring Lifehouse to Australia. I just love creative Lifehouse projects, especially ones with a clear mission or goal (my site has a goal too), so I just had to share this.
Also, it's time for Minka's advent calendar again! Happy holidays!