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SpongeBob Comics: “Hiccup and Away”

Here's a SpongeBob comic book story which I wrote and drew  for Nickelodeon Magazine in 2002 -- during the break between the series' 3rd Season and the Movie: "Hiccup and Away!"

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Click on any image to read the full-size comic page
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8 comments:

Daniel [oeconomist.com] said...

The reference to laundry detergent in 6:1 was inspired!

Anonymous said...

What a fun comic book story!

Constantine said...

Your Spongebob comics is most original -- the part of old school Spongebob! I found many interesting things, like Felix the Cat or storyboarding here. before I didn't knew very well what storyboard meant (because I live overseas, in a beautifull country, Georgia; Katie Melua's Georgian too), but in this blog I knew many things I were interested for I love cartoons.

Happy Holidays (Now are holidays in USA, aren't they?)

Sherm Cohen said...

Thank you, Constantine -- I'm very happy to know that you've been enjoying the variety of posts here on CartoonSnap! That's the whole reason I created this blog, so thank you very much for letting me know :)

Duffs said...

A great looking strip! And the storytelling is top notch!!! Always thought so...

Jeremy Joseph said...

Hi Sherm! I loved this comic so much I ordered the collection of em so I can always have and reference them.

I've been reading your blog for a long time now but never let you know how much I appreciate the treasure trove of awesomeness and incredible knowledge it represents.
So I am doing so now :D

Sherm Cohen said...

Thanks Jeremy -- I really appreciate the kind words :D

Cozplay Cozplay said...

One of the reasons I love comics is because of stories like this. So mind-playful, such unbounded creative, imaginative looniness! Rich, effective, delightful, so-skillful cartooning. That scene of the "facade hiccup island" was especially effective!