The Saturday Strips Vol.23

Posted on February 11, 2012 - 3:00pm by Ryan Conway

Welcome g1s to another edition of The Saturday Strips. This week, Psychonauts raises again. Game tester Isaac Cox finds his golden ticket out of The Trenches...or so he thinks. Setting up a voice chat session proves to be a test of endurance in NerfNow! Gabe and Tycho play some Final Fantasy XIII-2. Caldwell Tanner creates a lovely graph to measure up the amount of time it takes to properly enjoy specific game genres. Cartoonist Tom Preston is caught off gaurd by one "creepy" visiter. We catch a glimpse at Capcom's Mega Man selection process. Mario performs another daring rescue. Bear get's stoned (probably not in the way you're thinking) in Final Fantasy Tactics and one gamer reveals just a little bit too much about his Valentine's plans.          

Legacy-Control by Javis Ray - I was there 

The Trenches by Jerry Holkins, Mike Krahulik, and R. Kurtz – Yesteryear

NerfNow! by Josue Pereira – Voice

Penny Arcade by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik - Le Chat Avec Le Chapeau

Loldwell by Caldwell Tannner - Curve your Enthusiasm

So…..You’re a Cartoonist by Tom Preston (A.K.A. Andrew Dobson) – Mind-crafted

A Dorkly comic by Brain Murphy and Julia Lepetit - Capcom Unviels Mega Man in Street Fighter X Tekken

Brawl in the Family by Matthew Matthew Taranto – Another Rescue

Life in Aggro by Casey Vasquez & Fei Hsiao  – School of Hard Rocks

GameOver Nation by Javi Rodriguez Ryan DeLaRosa - Was something else happening today? 

In other comics news, Cory Rydell and Grey Carter put together an awesome Critical Miss Darkness II comic, which could be considered NSFW.  Foamy creator Jonathon Ian Mathers is thinking of starting up a new webcomic of his own.  Brentalfloss's time travel epic continues (pages 3-6 are now up). IamArg  continues to delight the g1 community and  Name Game creator Elisa Scaldaferri is going to have to move at a slower pace over the next few months, so be sure to send her some love. 

Well that's it for this week. For more cartoon craziness, be sure to check out next week's edition of The Saturday Strips... or you could check out any of the past volumes you may have missed maybe? 

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