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Snuggs

Snuggs

by snuggmuggsly
The story of a failed artist and bum that lives in a garbage bin next to a coffee house called the Bean Counter, and the gang of beatniks and other failed artists and writers that frequent that coffee house. Humor sometimes ensues. Updates every other Friday.
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1 Year Ago
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Snuggs

The story of a failed artist and bum that lives in a garbage bin next to a coffee house called the Bean Counter, and the gang of beatniks and other failed artists and writers that frequent that coffee house. Humor sometimes ensues. Updates every other Friday.

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Okay, here's the final page of the story, everyone. Sorry, but I just moved halfway across the country, and things were a bit hectic for a while. I hope this brilliant wrap-up is worth the wait, as you were all definitely going out of your minds wondering how it would end! My apologies again for putting you through all that.
Okay, sorry it's a bit late, but my work schedule has been really weird lately. I'm also sorry to keep the tension so high, since all of you were undoubtably waiting with bated breath to see how this turned out. Anyway, I hope this mind-blowing twist was worth the wait. I'm currently smoking a big Churchill-style cigar in celebration of my inimitable writing prowess.

P.S. I *swear* I just now realized this particular page is posting on 4/20. On second thought, I rescind my former apology since the timing was so damn perfect in this case.
And so we rejoin Sonny in the middle of what is most likely a much more interesting story than the one Snuggs just had. Oh well.
@ZSnazzy: Haha no kidding! He definitely has the worst of the mutant powers in the group.
Is that one dude just all noses?
Must suck being in the city with that many smellers.
The saga continues as Snuggs and the dancing sailors nimbly prevent an uprising by a group of C-list X-Men. Yeah, this story went a bit off the rails.
And so we say goodbye to the Deep Six as Snuggs exits, pursued by cop. Gotta say, I'm gonna miss that weird color scheme.
Evidently he doesn't listen
Also i think the color schemes looks cool. Fits this kinda shady location
Getting a bit more creative with the color scheme in this one, which was fun to experiment with. This part is a reference to "Funny Face", an old movie with Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire featuring a scene where Hepburn dances in a strange Bohemian club with sailors. It's better and weirder than I'm making it sound.
Sorry this is a couple days late, guys. Still getting used to my new schedule. I might start updating on Fridays now, since it would fit with my new status quo a bit better. We'll see.
Here's a fun game: guess which two lines on this page were much more suggestive than I'd intended them to be when I wrote the dialogue.
Okay, this one's a little underfinished because I've been doing interviews for two different jobs this week, but it's more or less on time. Next week might be a bit dicy, but I'm assuming the schedule will be easy to maintain once I've got my job situation straightened out. Anyway, here's Sonny and Snuggs meeting a subterranean tea dealer.
i wonder what that alligator is there for
Our comic continues with a literal trip into the criminal underworld. Luckily the fare for passage doesn't seem too expensive.
Hmm i wonder if it still has alcohol in it
Here we visit O'Paddywick's for the first time and see it's a fairly nice establishment, as long as a violent barfly doesn't have an episode and smash up the place. Y'know, I've never personally ordered used dishwater at a bar before, but who knows what the next few weeks of unemployment hold for me? I'll keep you guys posted.
yay
Okay, gang, here it is: the first actual storyline of this comic! Thrill as multiple gags are strung out over several pages! Chill as the stakes get marginally higher than they do during the single-page strips! Grill if you want to snack while reading, but whatever you do, don't miss the mildly amusing antics of Snuggs and company in their first staggering literary epic, "The Oddest Tea"!

P.S. I may miss the update next week for holiday-related reasons, we'll see. But don't let that spoil your enthusiasm for this, the next step in American bohemian-themed entertainment!
In honor of all the revised Cold War paranoia popping up in the news these days, here's Snuggs unwittingly finding himself in the midst of a spy thriller! Alternate title for this strip: Coldfinger (because of the fingerless gloves, you see)