Sandra: Have you seen the latest issue of the BBC Wildlife Magazine, Daddy?
Awww, poor Woo. Hope he can find some really nice raccoon girl soon
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Hmm… I wouldn’t mind coloring a few strips for you. it would of course have to be my pick as too which ones and I would have to know what colors you’d prefer for specific characters.
Stand strong! We’re all here for you!
…I love that character…
that PG is slowly eroding away…
There there, Woo
Poor Woo. Hang in there buddy.
….Sandra doesn’t……have any…..y’know, racoon plushies does she?
I think she’d better hide them if she does.
You can still see both his paws. PG powers still standin’ strong!
Also, we’ve jumped to the conclusion that the centerfold is actually a female raccoon…
It could be an advertisement for some ridiculously overpriced / overpowered car (touted as the best to attract females with, as well as squish rivals! )
Possibly even a kitchen appliance! (The foodmaster 3000 refrigerator has storage for a full 3000 lbs of food!)
simultaniously the most hilarious and disturbing thing I’ve seen all month.
I wonder how long until Sandra finds out about this?
A mere wildlife magazine to us humans, something else entirely to a frustrated raccoon, poor Woo.
Hrm… looking back at the older comments, Novil mentioned that there were 2 comics in February as the example of something that’s not G rated in the strip. I suppose this has gone for 3 strips so far, but either way a part of me is worried that this is the last strip of this little arc. I kinda wanted to see Shadow or Sandra’s reaction to the poor star-crossed Woo.
I don’t find this paticularly non-PG. Now if both paws were not visible…
One of the tags is “mating season”. That is not a car or refrigerator he is looking at.
Birds do it. Bees do it. Woo can only read about it. Poor, frustrated Woo…
I thought he just read those for the articles…
I was surprised at the headline at first – in the UK, coon is an insult akin to “nigger”. To be on a BBC magazine… And I know it wasn’t meant in this sense here: in a comic about raccoons it clearly isn’t. It’s just so you know :3
Also, I don’t find this non-PG. This is just like Disney showing someone pining over a lonely heart, with maybe a subtle reference if you really want your mind to take it further.
BritBloke: “in the UK, coon is an insult akin to ‘nigger’.”
Sadly, the same was (and maybe still is) the case in the Deep South. Context is everything.
PG is fine, but you’re forgetting something – the author specified that this would have also a more mature content. So, if anybody’s whining about it, they can just leave
I don’t think anyone’s whining about it. I was just saying that an earlier comment made me worried that this was the last strip of this arc. Believe me, I’d like to see more stuff like this: It’s funny, yet dealing with a semi-serious problem that makes you wanna hug the protagonist and make him feel all better.
Yup. It’s interesting how the plot will develop, especially if Sandra finds out. Let’s not forget that the fox can help as well. Hmmm…
“….Sandra doesn’t……have any…..y’know, racoon plushies does she?
I think she’d better hide them if she does.”
Something cool about reading a raccoon comic with a raccoon hiding behind the monitor. Ladies, gentlemen and everything under the sun, meet Renfield. (Albeit, a bit shy.) http://www.tfb.com/~jup/renfieldonlocation2.jpg
I understand “Garfield” has lost most of its credibility as a comic, so I apologize if this comparison is unwelcome, but one of the earlier (January 5th, 1980, about a year and a half after it started) “Garfield” strips has Jon, and then Garfield, putting pin-ups of their favorite swimsuit models on the wall. Another strip has Jon pulling a magazine out of the mailbox and thinking: “Oh boy, my bachelor magazine. I wonder who the centerfold is?”
Family comic then, family comic now. I don’t think S&W’s PG rating is in any danger.
You know, Mater comes to mind when I see thi.
“He’s won three Piston cups!”
PSSH! “He did WHAT in his cup?!” It’s just that type of innuendo. Funny as heck, too.
hehh! I love your humor and art style!
Haha! Clever! XD
@ Sparkle:I dunno, aren’t their feet dextrous?
Never seen that one before. Nice job.
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