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Sandra and Woo:

It doth deserve its own topic, amirite?

(Can read it here.)

 2 Totemic Hero, Wed, 15th Sep '10 2:31:04 PM from the next level Relationship Status: Abstaining
Mild panic
I'm getting 404 errors on some of the archived pages. It's kind of hard to do an Archive Binge when the archives aren't all there...
"These days they have a stat for how many times a guy goes for a cup of coffee." -Mark McGwire
After serious troubles with my webhost, Sandra and Woo is online again. Let’s hope it stays this way.
Sandra and Woo: a webcomic about food, love and other important stuff
 4 Totemic Hero, Thu, 16th Sep '10 9:20:11 PM from the next level Relationship Status: Abstaining
Mild panic
Finished my Archive Binge earlier today. I'll post a review on the page about it.

"These days they have a stat for how many times a guy goes for a cup of coffee." -Mark McGwire
hero in training
Just discovered the series and Archive Binged it. This is a great comic. grin Looking forward to more.

edited 27th Sep '10 6:11:39 PM by ComputerSherpa

The Periodic Table of Storytelling: Tropes in three characters or less.
hero in training
Woo seems to have spotted something interesting. And it's probably not a locust. And Richard's phone rings at the same moment... Anyone have an idea what the P in "P. Rye Web Development" stands for?

By the way, I'd like to shout out a really big "Awwwww!" for this strip. waii
The Periodic Table of Storytelling: Tropes in three characters or less.
One of the rare things I did -not- like was Larisa turning into that tired cliché The Libby one point in the "Slut" strips. I thought it really deviated from how she was presented that far.

And Cloud's kinda Marty Stu-ish in those few Bully Hunter strips, those were kinda taking his perfect-ness too far.

But those are just minor complains and only stand out because they make you want to believe in them the rest of the time.

Is Sandra crying out of joy in this strip? A character with a racoon fetish...That would be cool actually.

Also while I enjoy her default outfit, it was a treat to see her in this one. XD

hero in training
And we all know that Pixar movies are for kissing, am I right? wink
The Periodic Table of Storytelling: Tropes in three characters or less.
I want Kat's glasses!
This is a very nice comic.
They Called Me Mad!! I decided to show them all; but when I looked on my works, oh mighty, I despaired: for it made me realize they were right.
hero in training
Well, things can't possibly get any worse now, right?
The Periodic Table of Storytelling: Tropes in three characters or less.
hero in training
I don't get this. Why'd the eagle scoop up Woo if it's not going to try to eat him? A few strips ago it was a predator, and now it's going to let the egg thief walk away?
The Periodic Table of Storytelling: Tropes in three characters or less.
I want Kat's glasses!
Well, while we're busy discussing the Friend Zone in OTC...
They Called Me Mad!! I decided to show them all; but when I looked on my works, oh mighty, I despaired: for it made me realize they were right.
I want Kat's glasses!
Wow, that one was great.
They Called Me Mad!! I decided to show them all; but when I looked on my works, oh mighty, I despaired: for it made me realize they were right.
 14 SuperFrost, Sat, 17th Mar '12 5:38:07 PM from San Fernando Valley, California
Creative, Black, Nerdy
I love the fact that I caught up with this webcomic. I can't wait for more! :D
Went on an Archive Binge.

Result: I had the strangest dream last night. You know how some of those RTS games will have a fanmade made map with custom rules in order to simulate some other game? My dream was about Cloud trying to show Larissa a game similar to Age of Empires crossed with Heroes of Might and Magic, but with the handicap that Sandra kept insisting on picking the custom made map designed to mimic Railroad Tycoon.

edited 19th Mar '12 5:05:25 AM by Sackett

 
 16 JHM, Wed, 14th Nov '12 8:48:12 AM from Neither Here Nor There Relationship Status: I know
Thunder, Perfect Mind
A genuinely fun little strip, this. Very amusing.
Sandra and Woo defeated Ava's Demon and is now in the final round of the 2013 Webcomic Tournament at ComicMix.

After beating Buttersafe, Axe Cop, Paranatural, Commander Kitty (one of my personal favorites), XKCD (!) and Ava's Demon, our opponent in the last round is Bittersweet Candy Bowl. While many feel that the rules of the tournament have to change next year (me too), it would be a great honor for us to win this year.

edited 28th Mar '13 3:56:44 PM by Novil

Sandra and Woo: a webcomic about food, love and other important stuff
 18 Kayeka, Thu, 28th Mar '13 6:33:39 PM from Amsterdam Relationship Status: Brony
World's biggest wannabe
Good luck with that. I haven't read much of Bittersweet Candy Bowl, but I think you've got a good shot.
Friend code for fun, profit, and smash: 0130-1781-6865
 19 Midnight Rambler, Fri, 21st Jun '13 7:08:38 AM from Germania Inferior
JEZUS MARIA PANIE KURWA BOŻE
I Archive Binged the whole thing last night. Enjoyable, certainly, but sometimes a bit too idealistic and preachy for my taste. I like their other comic, Gaia, a lot better.

Oh, and I make a point of reading both in German. Much more fun that way.
"...and by 'the real world' I mean continental Europe."

– Me
I don’t think there are more than a few single strips since 2010 that could be considered preachy if you’re not generally against morals and/or social topics in your comics.
Sandra and Woo: a webcomic about food, love and other important stuff
On Monday, we published the 500th Sandra and Woo strip. To celebrate this milestone, we created a very special comic entitled “The Book of Woo”: http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2013/07/29/0500-the-book-of-woo/

Inspired by the famous Voynich manuscript, “The Book of Woo” consists of four pages with strange illustrations and a cipher text. If someone is able to reconstruct the plain text, he’ll get a reward of $250. You can find useful information provided by other readers in the comment section beneath the comic, e.g. a transcript into Latin letters.

Sandra and Woo: a webcomic about food, love and other important stuff
 22 Willbyr, Tue, 30th Jul '13 3:45:26 PM from North Little Rock, AR Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
Anime-ted
I'm Archive Binging right now and enjoying it a lot.
I have just posted the top 10 of our fanart contest: http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2013/08/02/results-of-the-fanart-contest-2013-top-10/
Sandra and Woo: a webcomic about food, love and other important stuff
I want Kat's glasses!
Wow, that was some though competition. These drawings are gorgeous.
They Called Me Mad!! I decided to show them all; but when I looked on my works, oh mighty, I despaired: for it made me realize they were right.
 25 Willbyr, Sun, 4th Aug '13 7:38:51 PM from North Little Rock, AR Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
Anime-ted
Finished my Archive Binge earlier tonight, and RSS'd it. Great webcomic. [tup]
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