Puner vs. Snow Explained

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The Puner vs. Snow comic strip depicts the rivalry between the two main characters, Puner and Snow.

The main focus of the strip is Puner and Snow fighting each other. Sometimes things happen inadvertently, like Puner dropping a can on Snow's head. Other times, Puner or Snow get things started, generally through an argument.

However, the strips also deal with Puner and Snow’s lives; as well as Puner’s antagonistic relationship with bears; Snow’s friends, Flurrie and Snowy, and their relationship with Puner; and how Puner tries to make himself sound smarter than he really is.

Among the major influences for the strip are Stephan Pastis’ Pearls Before Swine and Hanna-Barbera’s Tom and Jerry. Among those influences of the strip, though to a lesser extent, are Charles Schultz’s Peanuts, Jim Davis’ Garfield, and the character Daffy Duck from Warner Brothers’ Looney Tunes.

The strip was created through years of childhood playing with stuffed animals the creators of the strip owned (and still do). Many of the stories are based on games the two brothers would play in the back seat of the car on long road trips, or in hotel rooms. Every character is based off of one of the main toys the brothers played with — everything from the personalities given the toys, to appearance, etc. Meet the inspiring animals.



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