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In 1996 by Mike Chapman and Craig Zobel wrote a children's book that they titled The Homestar Runner enters the strongest man in the world contest. It became a flash cartoon in 1999 when "The Brothers Chaps", Mike and Matt Chapman, wanted something to practice using flash on. The website went live in January 2000, featuring a few simple animations.What did Homestar Runner and Strong Bad do?
In the beginning of the series, he and Homestar Runner would battle each other in competitions such as a lifting as many grapes as they can, doing tag-team wrestling, and facing off in a jumping jack contest.Who are the main characters in Homestar Runner?
While the site originally centered on the title character, Homestar Runner, the Strong Bad Email cartoon skits quickly became the site's most popular and prominent feature, with Strong Bad becoming a breakout character.How are sales paid for on Homestar Runner?
Merchandise sales paid for all of the costs of running the website as well as living costs of the creators, whose retired parents managed many of the business aspects.