This plugin lets you run a webcomic in your serendipity (s9y) blog. Originally by Wesley Hwang-Chung, this revised version uses tags rather than categories to identify content, and does away with some code for things that can more elegantly be solved with style sheets (CSS).
Updated from version released earlier today
— theming of navigation be easier / more detailed
— mode where latest comic isn't at top of front-page, but at whatever position it would be if it were a normal article (that is, sorted by time/date). that is, the difference to normal articles would be that only the latest comic is shown (and has a dedicated navigation to reach the older ones). This solves the issue that if the latest comic is older than the latest normal article, it will still "outrank" the normal article, that is, seem newer thanks to it being shown first. This is a problem if a) the comic or comic-entry is large enough so the casual visitor might not see the normal article below it; b) the weblog is run in "mixed" mode with both comics and normal articles; and c) the visitor actually uses a webbrowser rather than a feed-reader.
— only show latest comic + navigation when show entries by tag (iff the tag identifying comics was chosen in the tag-cloud, but not if any other tag that a comic may happen to have was selected — in the latter case, article mode prevails).
— German translation