The script tool has made it easier for me to follow a bunch of comics that I like - I can easily scrape any of the feeds on the comics.com site into a local RSS file that I can subscribe to. Here's the script I use:
contentBlock := [:builder :chunk | | lnk | lnk := 'http://www.comics.com', chunk. builder link: lnk. builder title: 'Monty: ', Date today printString. builder description: '<img src="', lnk, '">'. builder pubDate: Timestamp now]. out := 'monty.xml' asFilename writeStream. writer := RSS20_SAXWriter new output: out. writer prolog. writer startRSS. writer startChannel. writer title: 'For Better, For Worse'. writer link: 'http://www.comics.com/comics/monty/index.html'. writer description: 'Monty'. writer pubDate: Timestamp now. writer startItem. writer title: 'Monty: ', Date today printString. content := 'http://www.comics.com/comics/monty/index.html' asURI valueStream contents. str := content readStream. str throughAll: '<IMG SRC="/comics/monty'. str upToAll: '<IMG SRC="/comics/monty'. str throughAll: 'IMG SRC="'. rest := str upToAll: '"'. contentBlock value: writer value: rest. writer endItem. writer endChannel. writer endRSS. out close.
That script works for any of the comics on that site; all you have to do is change the titles and urls. I'm now subscribing to a bunch of the things there.