“He’s as strong as a bear, and fast…and he climbs like a monkey!”-The Naturalist, pg. 54
Bigfoot’s busting out some skills again. Will it be in time to save Scout and the squirrel from the hungry wolf? I hope so, or this comic will get really depressing next week. : )
Don’t know if you saw the news, but a couple of misguided individuals were out hunting Bigfoot and one bloke shot the other chap. As loyal UTOB readers know, it’s ok if you want to see a Bigfoot. But for the love of bacon, don’t shoot at them! Nothing good can come of that.
Once again, someone has surprised me with some UTOB fan art and, once again, I’m blown away. Let me share with you cartoonist Crispin Wood’s vision of Bigfoot and Scout, stumbling across some Bigfoot hoaxers. Like any good illustration, it tells a story that continues in the viewer’s imagination. I love this piece. And I’m thrilled Crispin took the time to do it and send it to me.
Crispin’s a cartoonist who created the ongoing comic Rock School in 1992, and recently started Small Blue Yonder, a daily strip about anything that happens to tickle Crispin’s fancy when he sits down to draw it. He normally works in black & white, so I feel lucky my UTOB fan art came in full, glorious color. Stop by the Small Blue Yonder website to check out Crispin’s work and let him know how much you enjoy his take on Bigfoot and Scout.
Thanks to everyone who’s following the comic and sharing it on the web. If you know anyone who isn’t reading UTOB and might enjoy it, I’m sure Bigfoot and Scout would be very grateful if you let those people in on our little secret. -v
Thanks for stopping by. I’d love to hear what you think of the comic. Just remember, Untold Tales of Bigfoot is for grown-ups and kids. So let’s keep the comments appropriate.