Sylvia Archive: Gender Problems

Any supporters? Cast your ballot in a comment.

Friday, March 1, 2013

Here’s A Card To Cheer You Up…

…whether it’s sequestration or five inches of snow.

When trouble comesinside

I just looked up Gail Collins to see if she could make sense of sequestration, and after I read her column, I still don’t know if this is the big one or not. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/23/opinion/collins-sequester-for-dummies.html?_r=0

Sylvia Arvchive: Cats With Talent And Power

Mr. Big Boy can hold sway. Any other names for such a feline? Leave suggestions in a comment.

Thursday, February 28, 2013

The Space Scribe & The Big-Boned Blonde

Scintillating!  The conclusion the yesterday’s story of Pavlar and Stella from “Tales From The Planet Sylvia.”

Page 4 of Pavlar and the Big-Boned Blonde

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Sylvia Archive: Dreams Of Virtue

Rewards come for all sorts of good deeds. Click the strip for a more virtuous comic.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Chronicles Of Pavlar

Here are the first few pages of Pavlar and the Big-Boned Blonde from “Tales from the Planet Sylvia.”  It’s pretty self-explanatory.

Part 1 Pavlar and the big-boned blonde

Part 2 Pavlar and the big-boned blondePart 3 Pavlar and the big-boned blonde

 

Sylvia Archive: Alien Lovers’ Kindness

Interplanetary love at its finest. Click the strip for a strip that’s out of this world.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Sci Fi Love

When I was a child my father and I bonded over science fiction. We parted over my need to read stories with a teensy bit more character development and psychological quirks. My character Pavlar, Space Gossip Columnist, was my homage to those happy days.

My father was always sleeping

Pavlar Sunday Strip 1Pavlar Sunday Strip 2

Sylvia Archive: Take A Message

Not available for the phone? Click the strip for a larger comic.

Monday, February 25, 2013

 

Famous Stoner Cats

Gilbert Shelton’s somewhat malicious and self-centered cat (well, aren’t they all?) first appeared in 1969 as a character in the Freak Brothers Comic. Later he insisted on having his own strip with captivating results. Friend of Bad Girls everywhere, Richard Bready sent us a Fat Freddy’s Cat omnibus from London. The books are published by Knockabout Limited in London.

Fat Freddy's Cat 1

Fat Freddy's Cat 2Fat Freddy's Cat 3

Fat Freddy With His Cat