Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Wolf Stripper Edition
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"Hey Sam, just wondering, are the werewolf stripper and his partner the same two we met during Edwin's debut arc?" -Mercury
A few people have asked about this, so I'm going to go with... yes. Sam Logan's totally intentional deep continuity strikes again! It's all a rich tapestry.
"Have you ever thought about collecting and publishing the O-GAWD and guest strips in thier own book/omnibus type dealeo?" -CJ
I've thought about it now and then, but it's pretty unlikely to happen. The O-GAWD (Obligatory Guest Artist Webcomic Duration) strips were all drawn (very kindly) for free by various cartooning friends and comrades of mine over the years. I couldn't put them in a book without paying all those folks a share of the sales. That would be a logistical nightmare even in the best of scenarios, but to make things considerably more complicated... many of the artists, especially of the older strips, are people I'm no longer in touch with or who have straight up disappeared from the internet. I wouldn't even know where to find them!
That said, if I did try to get any of the O-GAWDs into print, it'd be The Pitch. That whole arc was written entirely by Shannon, and drawn by me and a relatively small number of guest artists that I'm still in touch with. Getting that one into a book as a bonus feature is probably a little more feasible than an entire O-GAWD-focused collection.
"So, now that Sin is out of the running, what names do you think he would have picked if he tried another scheme on the surface? I want to think that the V one would have been Vinnie or Vincent." -anon
Those are pretty good! Given Sin's penchant for culturally erratic name choices, he may also have gone with something a little more uncommon in North America, like Vladimir or Vortimer. The real question is, what Z name would he have chose?
That's a wrap for this week, friends. Come back on Monday for more comics!