♫♪ But where is the rest of the song?!? ♫♪ ... ♫♪ But where is the rest of the song? ♫♪ ♫♪ But where is the rest of the song? ♫♪ ♫♪ Fifty years of nifty darn cooooomiiiiiiics... ♫♪ ♫♪ But where is the rest of the song? ♫♪
Darn, 15 years. 15 years of solid gold. I started reading on August 10, 2005 because the webcomic GPF sent me here since Gwynn was the cousin of Trudy. And I have come to this site religiously every day since then.
I am going to pretend that the Corsia here is #3, since because why not, its third place. Extra crispy deep fried Corsica.
I like how Socklop is here, a nice little throwback to the first anniversary.
Hey, sincerest congratulations, Mr. Abrams! I haven't been reading long, but perusing the archives over and over, I've constantly marveled at how the comic evolved from a comedy thriving on pop-culture parody to a brilliantly written, beautifully drawn action/comedy/drama. And while comedy is still king, the action is on par with Golden-Age Marvel and the drama can be absolutely heart-wrenching.
Deepest respect and compliments.
I tossed up a bit of fan art on the 'Fan Art for Pete' forum in 'Sluggy Related Chat,' but it's a continuation of my previous art. I want to sit down and draw something more 15th Anniversary specific, which I'll post here when I get the time.
Anyway, here's to fifteen years of all-around niftyness!
First Sasha, now a key mistake by Kiki and Mr. Socklop turns out to be Canadian? How many plot twists are there going to be in this month?
Congratulations to the author. When Sluggy Freelance started out, it was one of the things that defined webcomics and showed their real potential. Over the last decade the world has changed and expanded, but it continues to be one of the more solid works, very rewarding if you can invest the time. There are not too many that can claim that kind of run.
Oh my God, 15 years. I think I first started reading the comics in 1999 or 2000? My brother had discovered Sluggy and got me into it. Sluggy, you've followed me through the last half of high school, all through college, including a semester abroad and a hellish senior year, and this crazy ride known as my 20s. Thank you.