Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Crossing Paths page 015

Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Crossing Paths page 015

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Sweet baby corn, indeed!  Hey, my first splash page! For Scout, this is a classic rock-and-a-hard-place situation. But you and I know the monster lumbering toward the little guy probably isn’t going to gobble him up for dinner. Speaking of gobbling up dinner, this week is Thanksgiving for us here in the States. So, as tradition dictates…

I’m thankful for the support, advice, camaraderie (and fan art!) I’ve received from other comic creators who welcomed this little sasquatch experiment with open arms and have, in a very short time, made me feel right at home. I had no idea I’d make so many friends with this.

I’m also very thankful for the ever-growing family of readers who are following the adventures of Bigfoot and Scout, commenting on the weekly posts and sharing the comic with others. I really can’t thank you guys enough.

So, am I taking some time off for the holidays? I’m not sure. If you don’t see a new page up here next week, assume I’m in a gluttony-induced coma. But I’ve been drawing ’til my hand cramps so, with hope, I’ll have some sort of resolution to this predicament next week. In the meantime, don’t forget to enter the giveaway for the Christmas Sketch Card!

Finally, in honor of the holiday, I’ve included a snapshot below of Scout’s first Thanksgiving with his family. As you can see, it went about as well as the recent camping trip.-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.

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17 Responses

  1. Sweet Baby Corn I am loving this webcomic series. We can see through Scout’s First Thanksgiving with the family another reason dad wasn’t too quick to turn back and retrieve poor scout.

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving!!

    • Yeah, looks like Scout’s been trouble for that guy ever since he was a puppy. But he’s so cute! How could anyone deny him that turkey? -v

    • Yeah. Never come between a guy and his turkey.

      • This is an important lesson Scout has reminded us all about today. -v

  2. I absolutely love this comic series Vince. It’s just amazing all the awesome webcomics I continue to find, and thanks to twitter I continue to discover more and more everyday. I have some Bigfoot stories I could share but I don’t want to hog up the comment section with those. I do want to say that I’m glad I found your site and look forward to the new adventures of Bigfoot and Scout. Hope you and your family have a wonderful Holiday season.

    • I don’t know if it’s the heightened emotions of the holidays, or my sister-in-law slicing onions in the next room, but Todd’s post almost brought tears to my eyes. I’m thrilled people are enjoying UTOB this much and I hope what I have planned for Bigfoot and Scout keeps everyone entertained. Thanks so much! -v

  3. Yay! I was hoping that pooch wouldn’t end up as a Labrea specemin especially when I just found him.

    • Yeah, Colleen…I knew what was gonna happen and I still worried for a week over that quicksand stunt! Glad you’re on board!-v

  4. Love this page! The ominous shading on Bigfoot & the trees is great!

    Also, as much as I love me some Thanksgiving turkey, I’d probably be passing some under the table to Scout. He deserves it!

    • Thanks for the feedback, Jeff. And you’re right. There’s not a person reading this comic that doesn’t think Scout deserves a heaping helping of turkey.

  5. Yikes!!! Run away puppy. Oh you can’t can you???

    • You’re right, Tony. Not a lot of options for Scout right now. This might be one of those times you just ride it out and let fate decide for you.-v

      • I’m not liking Fate’s options right now

  6. You’ll be publishing page #50 this week, so I decided to go back and look over everything you’ve done so far…and WOW how did I not flip when you originally posted this one??? Amazing! If I had really looked at it the first time around, I would’ve said, “Dorse, you’ve got a Reuben in the bag”. Word up.

    • Ha! Yeah, this is your basic “between a rock and a hard place” situation, transposed up a key into “between a monster and a squishy place.” I’m glad you’re going back over the pages and enjoying them. That’s actually a lot of fun for me — when I see new comments on pages I did months ago. Keeps things alive and kicking. Thanks for the kind words. -v

      Special Note to those of you who are reading this in November, 2012 when it was first uploaded. I’m traveling back in time from the future to tell you that, yes, we did win that Reuben Damone mentioned in his comment. Yay for the future! -v

  7. There is just no pleasing some people. Scout found the thanksgiving food on his first try.

    • You know, you’re right. Scout was on that like a hawk! People gotta remember to look for the silver lining. Thanks! -v

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