Sunday, December 25, 2005

Win the Soapy the Chicken Award

You may wonder how you go about winning the prestigious and exclusive Soapy the Chicken award.

Well, guess what... YOU'VE already won, you lucky devil!

No, we're not some Publisher's Clearinghouse-style scam... Ed McMahon will not be darkening your doorstep... you REALLY ARE A WINNER!!!

And what have you won exactly?

Why, you've won the privilege to put up the below "Winner of the Soapy the Chicken Award" banner on your site. We encourage you to have it link to this site. You should feel honored, really.

Here is the code to do so:

Winner of the Soapy the Chicken Award

Soapy's Cartoonist Outreach Program

Cartoonists! Have you always wanted to have some big name character make a guest appearance in your comic strip for an exciting crossover? Well, we can't really help you with that. However, Soapy the Chicken is always available to appear in whatever comic strip, book, cartoon or animated film will have him. That's right, Soapy has no integrity at all... he will appear absolutely anywhere regardless of quality, wit or novelty of the comic... just think of him as the Michael Caine of comics.

How do you go about getting permission to put Soapy in your comic, you may wonder. You don't! Actually, upon consideration, Soapy will lodge himself in your pen nib until you can't help but mar an otherwise fine comic strip with his visage. Best just get it over with and be done with it.

However, even though you do not need to ask permission to put Soapy in your strip, we would love to see it when he does go out cheating on us... please send us links or images of wherever he appears. If you do, we'll link to where you post the cartoon, promote it in our daily post, and archive it here for posterity.


Soapy Guest Appearance Gallery (artists in order of appearance)

Dank (AKA Danno)

See more of Dank's comics at

Sean Tenhoff

See more of Sean's comics at

David Steinlicht

See more of David's comics at and


See more of M.J.'s comics at

Shad Petosky

See more of Shad's work by following the zillion projects always going on at Big Time Attic.

Max Konardy

See more of Max's comics at

Joshua and Shelley

See more of the Joshua Tree at

Bob Lipski

See more of Bob's work at and in the pages of his monthly comic book Uptown Girl.

Nick Raciti

Dan Olson

See more of Dan's work at