thave

Related to thave: Afront, meticulously, lambast
(thāv)
n.1.Same as theave.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Frank & Ernest" creator Bob Thaves noted that "a key goal for the site is to complement the comic strip in the newspaper."
"This capability can be tailored so that individual papers can implement programs specifically for their readers," Thaves said.
The frankandernest.com site also features caption contests, bulletin boards, information about Thaves and his comic, links to other sites, and more.
From the beginning, Thaves has done some innovative things.
"I even get e-mail messages the same day a strip appears," added "Frank and Ernest" cartoonist Bob Thaves of Newspaper Enterprise Association.
Thaves, who started running his e-mail address 14 months ago, noted that it can take several weeks for a comic creator to receive traditional mail.
Thaves added, "A person sending a letter often has a specific reason for writing.
One such creator is "Frank and Ernest" cartoonist Bob Thaves, who spoke during a "Technology in the Studio" session at last month's National Cartoonists Society convention in La Jolla, Calif.
Thaves said he continues to do most of his art by hand because a computer can't duplicate the effect he gets with ink and paper.
But Thaves said he is "absolutely convinced" that technology eventually will enable artists to do better drawing on a computer than they can do today.