Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Crossing Paths page 003

Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Crossing Paths page 003

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Page three seems like a good place to insert some panic and mayhem. In my head I hear an urgent Bernard Hermann/North By Northwest score. Or maybe some good old, wacky, Carl Stalling Looney Tunes music cues. Will Scout catch up with his family? More answers next week.

“Sweet Baby Corn,” by the way, is an expression I’ve been using for years after seeing a hand-painted sign for it at a local farmers’ market. Sweet Baby Corn! the sign read and it instantly seemed like more of a quirky interjection than an advertisement. Fun Fact: I did not buy any corn that day. Thanks for reading.-v

Untold Tales of Bigfoot is for grown-ups and kids. Let’s keep the comments appropriate.

4 Responses

  1. Scout is definitely in shock. Obviously he had no idea the dad in this comic was such a shmo. (Is that how you spell shmo?)

    • Hi Beth. Top marks for being the first comment. I know I’d be in shock too if I were in Scout’s position. Then panic would set in. Maybe Scout can still catch up to the minivan. And, for the record, I believe both “schmo” and “schmoe” are accepted spellings. Extra points for the first bilingual comment. -v

  2. Came back to read the strip’s first episode after discovering it today—I’m hooked!

    • Oh great! I always love it when a new reader discovers UTOB and joins the family. I hope you continue to enjoy it. Thanks for stopping by and commenting! -v

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