Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Ghosts and Monsters (Page 024)

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Bigfoot Live Here Forever

Nobody likes getting kicked out of their home. Bigfoot’s no different. But Scout’s trying his best to make sure his buddy stays safe…and secret. So hotfooting it out the back door seems like the best plan at the moment. Time will tell, though.

Bigfoot Sightings In 2019

2024_distantbigfootThe year just started but we already have people spotting Bigfoot. This first video shows, essentially, a distant, brownish, possibly hairy, humanoid shape hanging out on a mountain near Provo. Is it Bigfoot? Why not? Sounds like something Bigfoot would do!

And in another video, (I’ve cued it up to the right spot) some viewers of this YouTube channel sent in a couple potential evidence photos. One of them is this footprint.2024_bigfootprintLook familiar to you? It should. Because, back in December of last year, Booth and the rest of the Spottin’ Sasquatch crew stumbled across a very similar footprint! Take a look and compare!2024_bigfootprintcomparisonCoincidence? Possibly. Or maybe everything I draw eventually becomes reality. I’ll keep you posted.

Thanks for reading! Please share the comic with anyone you think might enjoy it. See you next week! -v

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6 Responses

  1. Darn Polaroids–cool that Scout memorized it and got out in time. But now I’m concerned the empty cave could be turned into a tourist attraction/gift shop full of BF memorabilia with bus-fulls of tourists pulling up, graffiti-ing the walls, tossing litter… Okay, okay, it’s too soon to go there but now my fears are running wild.

    • I know. The whole prospect of people in the cave is giving me the shakes. It’s just wrong. By the way, my research tells me that Polaroid cameras from the late 70s/early 80s didn’t have batteries in the cameras themselves, but in the individual film cartridges that you slid into them. Each cartridge battery had just about enough energy to power the camera through those ten shots, but wouldn’t reliably last for more than a year. So, as much as I really wanted Scout to get some photos of that map, it was realistically impossible. Props to him for knowing how to push a button, though! Good dog. -v

  2. Awww… I wish the camera had worked. Still, memorizing the drawings can add some complexity to the storyline. Nice interior work on the cave (as well as the forest scenes), Vince!

    • Thanks, RG! The “cave pages” go a little quicker than most — not so many little details to draw. Those forests, though. Sheesh. I get bogged down a lot with drawing leaf leaf leaf leaf leaf leaf leaf…. Still, more fun than digging ditches. : ) Thanks for stopping by this week! -v

      • I can imagine! I’ve made some digital paint tubes that help with leaves and grass blades. Makes things a whole lot faster.

      • RG, I’m just seeing this (a week late) — what program to you work in?

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