Comic: “The Big Foot Diaries: Part Two”

February 18, 2010
Comic:  “The Big Foot Diaries: Part Two”

About this comic

Part two in my little story. Enjoy. (Don’t worry, those of you who think the strip is always gonna be this…short little series I need to get out my creative systems.)

31 Responses to Comic: “The Big Foot Diaries: Part Two”

  1. Brigham L says:

    Scott Johnson you are a master of your art. Love the humor and the soft side of Bigfoot!

  2. Simple, but very cute! Well done!

  3. Joshaberry says:

    If Big Foot keeps acting like this he’s going to loose all his forest cred with the his Big Foot buddies.

  4. Jonah says:

    Hey Scott,

    Just wanted to say that I’m really enjoying this one so far. Keep up the good work!

  5. Vital-FX says:

    Again, brilliant comic. Really enjoying this series. Keep it up Scott.

  6. Cross says:

    I love these!! Good work.

  7. DeathJester says:

    Big fan of The Big Foot Diaries!! Looking forward to more 🙂

  8. KAP says:

    Scott: I’ve not sifted the comments of Bigfoot #1, but if you’ve not read this book, you must! Bigfoot, I not dead:

  9. Definitely loving this series – keep it up, no need to apologize!

  10. Callum says:

    Hey Scott,

    Cool comic, I am looking forward to seeing where this one goes.


  11. Nick says:

    Bioshock on the mind? (last panel)

  12. RandomDude1982 says:

    Awesome, just awesome

  13. AlexC1981 says:

    Definitely enjoying this comic. It can be cut short or it can be epic. I can almost a see this becoming a Pixar Animation or something. Maybe propose this to Pixar, and if it works out. Dont forget about me. 😉

  14. Darrell says:

    Awwwwwwwwwww Now I’m all huggy and feeling somewhat girly.

  15. Iceflow says:

    Ok, this definitely needs to be made into a graphic novel. Future project perhaps?

  16. Dustin says:

    Do not be fooled.

    Clearly, Tassadar has fai—

    Clearly the little girl is a little green alien that has found big foot and is under the false impression that he is the dominant species on our planet. Let met spot all three clues for you all.

    Pigtails, OR are they? If you look closely you can tell they are being supported by antennae, FROM THE LITTLE GREEN SPACE MAN.
    #2 The pack. It obviously hides the unsitely bulge the creatures use to store vital minerals, vitamins and perhaps fat for their extreme space voyages.
    #3 The shortness of the creature. little girls can’t carry packs that big! they are far too heavy for them! (this is what led to my previous discovery.) which also brings me to a theory that they may have extremly dense muscle tissue resulting in superior strength for creatures their size, why perhaps they could be as strong as a 6 foot 4 size man, full of muscle.

    That little “girl” that befriend our large hairy friend is not all “she” appears to be.

  17. Moobie says:

    Loving this! 🙂

  18. Trebblebase says:

    Really wondefull idea!

  19. Mad-Bassist says:

    Awwww! Too good to not share with co-workers. ~~:-}

  20. MCP says:

    Sell the whole series as prints. DO IT.

  21. Spurs says:

    Love the subtle twist of protagonist at the start mate, it’s the little things that sometimes you don’t even notice that make any ordinary comic strip extraordinary.

    • Stefan says:

      BWAHAHAHAHAHA!I grew up with cats in my house and my sister was TOTALLY clpabae of whistling so loud and at a ear-bleeding pitch that she would cause our (now deceased) cat, Frisky, to come up to her in one swift movement and bite her.So, cats are crazy. And so was my sister for provoking cats.

  22. Joe says:

    This story-arc reminds me of another web comic, The Abominable Charles Christopher. It’s a beautiful and artistic, occasionally funny and often touching comic. If you want to check it out, here’s the URL:

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