Comic: “The Big Foot Diaries: Part Three”

February 22, 2010
Comic:  “The Big Foot Diaries: Part Three”

About this comic

Another one. Will finish this out this week. Thanks for taking a little detour with me.

40 Responses to Comic: “The Big Foot Diaries: Part Three”

  1. Elad says:

    Goddamnit I’m all emotional now
    Just like Hachiko made me feel.

  2. JDW says:

    Someone has been playing Bioshock 2, or at least that’s the vibe I’m getting from this strip.

  3. Sasquatcho says:

    is this utah?

  4. Andreas says:

    Wow, Scot goes deep.
    Suits you well.

  5. Callum says:

    Really great comic Scott.


  6. tees says:

    Absolutelly in love with this. This is probably the best arc to ever grace Extralife. Amazing!

  7. Mondsplitter says:

    Absolutely hilarious. I wish they would have made a TV series out of this story. That would have been so much more fun than The Vampire Diaries.

  8. Bacon says:

    Awesome storyline, man. would like to see some color though 🙂

    • Tiverty says:

      He is using black and white for a reason in my opinion, it really expands the feeling of the comic. I’m not sure if I would say color would be best in this style of cartoon.

  9. Tom says:

    Awesome, as usual!

  10. This is your finest work yet. By far.

  11. Andrew says:

    Great series, Scott!

  12. Dragonmann says:

    Awesome work, very emotional…. but why does the last panel look like he is taking a whizz off a cliff at first glance?

  13. Amy says:

    These strips are so adorable!! Huge “AWWWWW” factor.

  14. Rickpaul says:

    This is a great series; really shining work Scott. Unfortunately, I think it’s pitchforks and torches time for Bigfoot for running off with the girl. Hopefully he doesn’t accidentally drown her like Frankenstein’s Monster did.

  15. Tiverty says:

    I am loving this series, and really hope there is no joke at the end, just a serious ending, perhaps a strong philosophical meaning.

  16. Orror says:

    so heart warming Scott! I love this little detour

  17. Mad-Bassist says:

    Very nice. It feels like a late Christmas story at this point, and the suspense is killing me. Heh heh. Very touching on the last line, keep it up!

  18. Ciaran Rooney says:

    Great one Scott, Very touching

  19. Ciaran Rooney says:

    Great one Scott, Very touching and Moving

  20. Masterwabbit says:

    Scott, you’re making me tear up reading this. It’s so touching. Keep it up man, can’t wait to see the spectacular ending you have in mind.

  21. Joshaberry says:

    The next part better not be, “Then the little girls parents find her. The dad being an avid hunter, guns down the beast that had kidnapped his daughter” or anything related to “Henry and the Hendersons.”

  22. Brigham L says:

    Many I come to this site for the laughs and instead Scott makes me want to cry! Men aren’t supposed to cry gosh darnit! Oh well. Scott you are a Master of your art!

  23. PACrivellaro says:

    Yeah, I’m very curious to see how you’re going to conclude this one, Scott.

    The pressure is on!

  24. JaFO says:

    This is the stuff that makes me read the website.
    There’s the funny cartoons and the odd melodramatic bizarre cute stuff .
    I love it 🙂

  25. Flingus says:

    Great as ever, Scott, really love this little ‘story arch.’

  26. BryanDavidWilliams says:

    Some body call CPS on this kids parents.. lol..

  27. Extralifelurker says:

    Am I the only one who wants to see a “lighter” mood comic. This is a bit off course from what I usually expect from extralife. Its part of my bi-weekly routine to check your latest comic. As of late with ERL coming down..and now this “dark n’ sad” exile type comic must be a manifestation of that. Great and all Scott, but cmon man..enough boo -hooin and get back to making this site a great portal for us geeks.

    • RickPaul says:

      I’m glad your indominable optimism won’t allow for it, but I don’t see why Scott can’t use this site as an outlet for whatever mood of comic he wants, regardless of what you usually expect. /shrug

      I am enjoying it, as are many others. Also. if you read the blurb below the comic, it is ending this week, so just hold tight I guess.

      • extralifelurker says:

        Yep your right…Its his site, but I would imagine there is some financial gain for people to be driven toward the site. I always click on a link or what not to show some love. Again I have been an active site visitor since it was featured on gamespot YEARS ago.

      • RickPaul says:

        🙂 It’s all good, we’re all on the same team here. I’m sure we’ll be back to regularly scheduled programming soon. This has been an interesting look at another side of Mr. Scott though.

    • PACrivellaro says:

      Scott’s provided the world with epic win by the bucketload for a very long time, at absolutely no cost to us. He deserves — nay, he has earned — the right to mix things up every once in a while.

      I would like to formally propose tomorrow as National Scott Johnson Appreciation Day. Who’s with me?

  28. Big Daddy says:

    Time for sleepy-time, Mr. Bubbles

  29. Spine says:

    This comic makes me feel sad. =(

  30. Zv says:

    Beautiful story, very well done, I really really hope that I see more of this. Too many webcomics only have stupid sophomoric humour, this comic has some intellectual depth to it. Keep it up

  31. Martin Widmark says:

    I’m getting more and more afraid of how this is going to end.

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