Guest comic by Doug Savage
Posted on April 11, 2011 at 12:00 am by Chris
This week is The Book of Biff’s 5th birthday! Were celebrating in two exciting ways. First is the big birthday sale – all books in the store are 25% off for this week only! It’s the biggest sale we’ve ever done!
Plus all this week I have the amazing privilege of running guest comics by some of my favorite people in the world of comics!
First up is Doug savage of the comic Savage Chickens. I first stumbled upon Savage Chickens back in 2005 and was instantly hooked. I loved the format, the humor was great and the line work was deceptively simple. It even inspired me to resurrect my old one panel strip about a solitary man with long eyebrows that I had given up on years earlier when I failed to get it syndicated. Unfortunately a hard drive crash wiped out all the work I did on the new site and I lost my way for another full year (this would have been the 6th anniversary instead!). Doug is an amazing cartoonist and a master of the colors black and yellow. His chicken has even snuck into a Biff comic before! If you are not already a fan, you will be in just a few clicks. Go read his strip now, and then buy his new book!
8 thoughts on “Guest comic by Doug Savage”
Going to Savage Chickens now – if it inspired you to resurrect Biff, it ought to be *well* worth my time. =)
the biff link you posted reminds me of a monk episode i watched(yes monks temporary nurse has a lot of sticky notes) he put a bunch of sticky notes on a support beam in monks apartment saying that monks father in law was coming over
5th anniversary already? How time flies. 🙂
Unfortunately Doug Savage forgot to draw a million levers connected to the back of Biff’s chair.
Fear a high wind!
And open flames!
@Tekaramity – It works the other way, too. I’m a long-time Savage Chickens reader. Doug’s endorsement of Biff has inspired me to check out the archives.
I’m stealing that idea. I need a lot of sticky notes now.
Reading Savage Chicken now. It seems… Um… Interesting…?
In a good way.
Five years, and I’ve read them all, even if I didn’t comment. I’m hooked, Chris, let’s have five more, eh?