Connor, Leighton – Fuzzball and Scuzzball! #1


Fuzzball and Scuzzball! #1

Ew, that’s not that color of the cover. Oh well, you can always count on my scanner to reinterpret things. The actual comic was a lot funnier than I thought it would be. Which just goes to show how stupid it is to have preconceptions in the completely random world of mini comics, I guess. I figured that a comic based on two blobs would mean that the artists couldn’t draw their way out of the proverbial paper bag and that their storytelling skills probably wouldn’t be far behind. Happy to say that I was way off. This was a collection of shorter stories and the funny parts were actually funny. What more can you ask for? Oh, and if you’re wondering, you can tell the two blobs apart because they have their corresponding letters on their bodies. And Scuzzball is a real prick, making the letters unnecessary, mostly. Stories in here include Scuzzball corrupting Fuzzball’s gay friend, their (the two main characters, that is) quest for an evil totem, and Scuzzball corrupting a nun. It’s $3 and mostly funny, so feel free to e-mail the folks responsible and check it out.

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