Inks for upcoming Sally Forth strips sporting Sally’s new look (for when she’s out on the town)…
Comic Strips are formatted different ways for different size requirements. The “drop panel” is a panel or tier of the strip that can be omitted because of size restrictions without affecting the gag or storyline.
For example, Here’s the Sunday strip for March 6, 2016 with the drop panel…
And now without further ado, here’s the drop panels for March of 2016.
“I know, Hilary. How does one live in a world without David Bowie?”
-Liam (Sally Forth comments for 1/18/2016)
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Here’s the Sally Forth Sunday logo panel for November 29, 2015.
And here’s Francesco Marciuliano’s script for that panel.
Scene: Christmas Tree Lot, Exterior, Day.
Hilary, Sally, and Ted gather (in that order) around the very same tree from the “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” They all look down at it.
Look close and you’ll notice, I even gave Ted Charlie Brown’s hat and coat.
Script description from writer Francesco Marciuliano for the first panel:
Scene: Exterior, Plane in flight in very early morning.
Sally and Ted’s dialogue come from the midpoint in the plane’s cabin in that order.
Sally: You’re doing it again, Ted.
Ted: Doing what?
After some searching on the internet, I came up with the following for “airplane” and “sunrise.”