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Sluggy Freelance, by Pete Abrams

If you don't know Sluggy Freelance by Pete Abrams, then you are a rookie in the world of webcomics.  This strip received the 2004 Tasty, Tasty Epic Shortbread from Eric Burns of Websnark fame, and for good reason.  Just go and visit the site and see what I'm talking about.

Check out some of Pete's great art below!

 

Example of Sluggy Freelance daily by Pete Abrams, September 6, 2004.  Bristol size:  11" x 8".  Micron marker.  As described by Pete Abrams himself:  "Sluggy Freelance Dead Man's Hand.  That Which Redeems has some of what I consider my best art to date and this piece is no exception.  It is highly detailed and also has the distinction of being the first artwork used in the pivotal 'That Which Redeems II' storyline."

 

Example of Sluggy Freelance daily by Pete Abrams, September 6 and 7, 2004.  Bristol size:  11" x 8".  Micron marker.  As described by Pete Abrams himself:  "Sluggy Freelance Demon Sheriff Arrives.  That Which Redeems has some of what I consider my best art to date and this piece is no exception. It is highly detailed and also has the distinction of being the first artwork used in the pivotal 'That Which Redeems II' storyline."  The first two panels are the last panels for September 6, 2004 (see the rest of the art for that strip pictured previously).  The bottom three panels are the first panels for September 7, 2004.

 

Example of Sluggy Freelance daily by Pete Abrams, September 9, 2004.  Bristol size:  11" x 8".  Micron marker.  "Prez Horribus Eats Camera".

 

Example of Sluggy Freelance daily by Pete Abrams, September 23, 2004.  Bristol size:  11" x 8".  Micron marker.  As described by Pete Abrams himself:  "Sluggy Freelance Horribus Eats Psyk's Horn.  'That Which Redeems' has some of what I consider my best art to date and this piece contains one of those magical horn eating moments, as well as several shots of demons like Sweral, Tryka, Psyk, and Reakk."

 

Example of Sluggy Freelance daily by Pete Abrams, September 23, 2004.  Bristol size:  11" x 8".  Micron marker.  As described by Pete Abrams himself:  "Sluggy Freelance Tryka-not-a-cat-person.  'That Which Redeems' has some of what I consider my best art to date and this piece contains some nice shots of demons-come-lately Sweral and Tryka."

 

Example of Sluggy Freelance daily by Pete Abrams, September 23 and 24, 2004.  Bristol size:  11" x 8".  Micron marker.  As described by Pete Abrams himself:  "Sluggy Freelance Hellton Hotel Room.  This piece depicts many demons from the  "That Which Redeems" storyline including Reakk and popular newcomers Sweral and Tryka."  The first two panels are the first two panels for September 24, 2004.  The second two panels are actually the first two panels for September 23, 2004 (see the rest of the strip pictured previously).

 

Example of Sluggy Freelance daily by Pete Abrams, October 5 and 7, 2004.  Bristol size:  11" x 8".  Micron marker.  "Psyk Took Winnipeg".

 

Example of Sluggy Freelance daily by Pete Abrams, October 21 and November 2, 2004.  Bristol size:  11" x 8".  Micron marker.  As described by Pete Abrams himself:  "Sluggy Freelance Tricky Tryka.  This piece shows Torg hiding out in the Dimension of Pain, fully aware of any betrayal Tryka may have up her sleeve."

 

Example of Sluggy Freelance art by Pete Abrams, with art used in various dailies starting from October 21, 2005.  Paper size: 8" x 11".  Micron marker.  As described by Pete Abrams himself:  "A bunch of Stick Figure doodles used in the Tales of Cotton series that started on October 21st, 2005, focusing on Science-Guy."

 

An AWESOME original sketch of Zoe surfing in Hawaii with Bun-Bun riding the nose of the board, done by Pete for the site.  Great caption as well;  thanks, Pete!

 

Signed sketch of Sluggy Freelance's Bun-Bun on the receipt I got from Pete Abrams.

 

Another signed sketch by Pete Abrams on another receipt that I received.

 

Another signed sketch by Pete Abrams on another receipt that I received.

 

And yet another signed sketch by Pete from another receipt.

 

See the finalized strips and experience the Sluggy phenomenon for yourself by clicking on the link below!

 

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