Boy on a Stick and Slither
Boy on a Stick and Slither is a comic strip about a boy on a stick and his friend "Slither."
Steven Cloud, a native of the Florida Panhandle, currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He has been drawing the comic Boy on a Stick and Slither (BOASAS) since 1998. While BOASAS is primarily a web comic, it has appeared in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Esquire and a few other indie-mags and community college newspapers. Not much else is know about the artist since most conversations with him end uncomfortably with loud, incoherent rants about 'the government', 'civilization' and 'butterflies.'
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