357 – Now Leaving Medieval Midway

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  1. DadaHyena

    Most kids are used to giant piles of toys mucking up the place…usually in their own bedrooms, but still making a mess!

  2. Dierna

    Poor kid. Got squished by Spongebob Squarepants!

  3. CartoonistWill

    My favorite character seems to change a lot. I love Soviet Sam. He’s all kinds of awesome. Anyway, love how Spy Gal is coming out of the panel there! :-)

  4. Chip

    Wonderfully awesome!

  5. Caseyorourke

    Is Sam about to show learn whet it means to be a hero?

  6. Caseyorourke

    Is Sam about to show learn what it means to be a hero?

  7. Antoine Gagnon

    Whew… Finally did it.
    Went through the entire archives yesterday. Fogeys was on my “Comics to read” list for far too long now and that had to be resolved.

    Guess it took me to drink with Marc at NYCC last week to wake me up.
    Love everything so far.

    Awesome sauce. Now need more of Tangerine :P

    • Brock Heasley
      Brock Heasley

      Antoine, I love hearing about new readers! Thanks for speaking up and I’m so friggin’ glad you got to meet Marc in NYCC. We haven’t had our face-to-face yet, but I’m hoping for next year. More Tangerine is coming! Next Chapter! I promise.

  8. Jeremy

    Another reason for the Soviet Sam Sadface. Very nice.

    • Brock Heasley
      Brock Heasley

      That’s pretty much what we’ve taken to calling it as well!

  9. Greg Bulmash

    Kudos to Marc for handling the giant pile of dolls. Next up, the H.R. Giger inspired journey into an alternate pontilist dimension.

  10. drew

    i sense soviet sam looking to redeem himself in his eyes in the next few upcoming strips…I’m very anxious to see how this pans out!

  11. Si Civa
    Si Civa

    Yes Soviet Sam, crushing innocent children beneath imperialistic burden is a heinous act indeed. Let’s cut that comrade!

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