Walkin' on the Spiral
I'm back! I hope you all missed me. But then, I also hope you all enjoyed the last two weeks of guest strips that my cartooning friends and comrades helped put together. A huge thank you goes out to Michael, John, Ryan, Jeph, Eric, David, Jim, Jeff, Brian, Scott, Kent, Dale, the other David and Thom.
But I have not been goofing off! No, I did not spend all of the last two weeks playing Metroid Prime 2. I have put together a special 17 page Sam and Fuzzy Christmas wonder that will be serialized over four update days around the middle of December. Anticipate!
Originally, Claire was going to do a guest strip for me too, but unfortunately, she ended up too busy with school work to get her rather ambitious concept off the ground. I won't tell you what she was planning, lest I spoil the plot of a future guest strip from her. But as a consolation prize, here is a really keen (and extremely creepy) Skull Panda image that she made. Just click the preview image below to see the full-sized, full-colour version... and to give yourself nightmares.
At least the kitties don't look like they have a problem with it.
|Today's second guest strip by|
Pihakwa's Thom May
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And speaking of unique comics, today's second guest strip comes from Thom May, whose Pihakwa
is brimming with some of the keenest, most imaginative looking creatures you will ever see. It was very exciting to see his take on the Sam and Fuzzy
cast, particularly Skull Panda. Rikk would be proud.
I am taking a little extra time to gush about these folks because their work is most likely new to you. Well, you have the whole weekend to get better acquainted!
Sam and Fuzzy
returns Monday with me in the driver's seat once again. See you then!
reaches it's inevitable conclusion with two massive guest strips from some very talented artists!
The first comes by way of David Hellman and Dale Beran, two men who, as you can see, have a TON of talent. David and Dale are the masterminds behind A Lesson is Learned but the Damage is Irreversible
, a webcomic that is as witty, insightful and drop-dead gorgeous as its name is long. Their comic is unlike anything else I've ever seen online. Not that there is anything wrong with more strips about college losers with supermodel girlfriends... but it is nice to see someone doing something different.
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