I’d rather not get caught in a Bigfoot’s laundry room on changing day.
I do not want to clean the ring around the tub after Biggies annual bath.
Wouldn’t there be tracks, or at least a butt impression?
Sasq gets the choicest spots in the forest! And he would be cool with Wallace dropping in.
Spud is just too easy.
Especially if ol’ Bigfoot chooses today to walk in with a lady friend.
Spud wears dark pants so no one can tell if he’s wet himself. Like he’s doing now.
Consistently the best comic art on the page, no?
Damp. But, soft.
If you read this Mr. Henry, I want to say that your comics make my day. Each panel is carefully drawn with great detail and color. Thank you.
This has been such a fine addition to Go comics and to the Houston Chronicle!
The Abominable Snowman (film) – Wikipedia
The Abominable Snowman (US title: The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas) is a 1957 British fantasy-horror film, scripted by Nigel Kneale and based on Kneale’s BBC teleplay, “The Creature”. It was produced by Hammer Film Productions and directed by Val Guest.
This has become my favorite strip. Great work.
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