Sid the Pug (mini comic) Part 3

I got an email from our friends in San Francisco letting us know that their little pug, Bea Arthur, and her spotted sister, Ladybird, have been avidly reading the mini comic (Actually, our friends had to hold a treat in the binding in order to focus their attention).

Well, I know the anticipation has probably been killing you all (yeah, right), but here’s the last two pages of the comic (in case you missed them, here’s part 1 and part 2). Enjoy!

[ Page 6 – An Offer You Can’t Refuse ]

[ The Back Cover – Sid’s Friends & Neighbors* ]

Hope you enjoyed them all. I plan on doing some more strips featuring Sid and some of his other friends. Luckily, he provides great comic moments every single day – now I just need to draw them!

* Of course Sid has many other wonderful friends and neighbors but unfortunately I had limited space so I’m sorry I wasn’t able to include everyone! Pug shout outs to those I wasn’t able to fit in: Ladybird; Sherman; George Michael & Maeby (the cats, not their namesakes from A.D.); Flower, Birdie, & Zooey; Lizzy; Minnie Moo & Lincoln; Bowie; Payton; and Klaus & Natty!

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6 Responses to “Sid the Pug (mini comic) Part 3”

  1. avatar Mariel Says:

    Awww, thanks for the shout out. We love your blog…and your comics…and most of all, SID (of course). 🙂

  2. avatar Noodles Says:

    HAHAHAHA! That was a funny one – and thanks for the flattering ‘toon of ME!
    Love Noodles

  3. avatar Bea Arthur Says:

    Look, maybe Lady Bird needed the treat to hold her attention, but she’s kind of stupid that way. I, for one, was compelled by your expert craftsmanship and that stunning yellow paper. (Or is it green? I always get that wrong.)

  4. avatar Mochi Says:

    Hi Sid
    We love the cartoon of us. Mom says it looks just like us. Our ears still hurts from her squeal.

  5. avatar Charles Says:

    i like how every friend has a custom window frame. is malcolm’s supposed to be turkish-like?

  6. avatar Brian Says:

    I’m so glad you guys all enjoyed the comic! It was fun to draw other people’s animals after doing so many panels of Sid. It’s amazing how different pugs’ faces are when you start looking at the small details. Charles – Yeah, Malcolm’s does have a very Turkish look to it. The frames were all (very) loosely based on windows I’ve seen in the brownstones in our neighborhood and also buildings I took photos of in Belgium and France.