Here is a new interview about Sandra and Woo with one of the Sandra and Woo fans that received a poster package, our reader
Can you please introduce yourself to our readers?
> I’m an Australian who’s known how to use computers for almost as long as he’s been alive. My main online name is Ekimmak, although I go by Zactoab in some places. While I have accounts on YouTube and DeviantArt, I only really use them to comment on other people. I have interest in writing, drawing, and video game design.
When you read Sandra and Woo for the first time, what grabbed your attention the most?
> Well, what first got me onto the site was when an image search for Sly Raccoon turned up the first strip.
Is the thing you mentioned above still your favorite part of the comic, or do you like something else the most now?
> Given that the game has only ever been mentioned once, what kept me reading is more likely the characters that work equally well in serious or comedic situations.
Who is your favorite character and why?
> Oddly, despite the characters of Sandra and Woo being my favourite part of it, I don’t think I have a favourite character. I’ve never thought “Awesome, today’s comic has X in it”, I’ve just enjoyed whatever’s been put up.
Do you have a favorite story arc and/or a favorite single strip?
> Probably the abandoned warehouse arc.
You have read Sandra and Woo for many years now. Do you think the comic has changed in any way since the beginning?
> I do think that it has tackled some plausibly controversial content, I don’t think what made it interesting in the first place has changed, and none of the characters have had their character changed wildly.
Sandra and Woo is sometimes criticized for lacking focus. Is there an aspect of the comic that you’d rather get rid of?
Is there a topic you’d like to see getting addressed in a longer story arc?
> I think I’d like to see something on gaming addictions.
What are your wishes for the future of Sandra and Woo?
> That whatever it’s been doing right, it keeps doing.
Is there any other webcomic which you’d like to recommend to our readers?
> I take it I’m limited to only one? I think Brawl in the Family is an example of good fun, while being capable of providing serious story arcs (or at least semi-serious).
Do you have anything else do say? Here’s room for it:
> It really made my day to be selected for this. Thank you.