Sluggy Freelance by Pete Abrams
I was a big Sluggy Freelance fan back in the late 1990s/early 2000s. I haven't been following it in recent years, but you're still welcome to use the posters if you'd like.
A while ago (around 2000?) Pete and company had a contest for fans to make posters that could be put up to advertise Sluggy. Here is the one that I made for that contest, along with others made afterward. Print them out and put them up all over!
When printing, try turning off the "Fit to Page" option in the Print dialog. Not all printers can fit the margins left by these posters, unfortunately.
If you want to see a large preview of a poster, click on its thumbnail.
This is the one that won first place in the poster contest. It was created as a sort of "Movie Trailer" (imagine a deep-voiced announcer reading the text).
Download bunbun.pdf - 1.1 MB
After some time, I went and fixed the tear-off labels to have the Sluggy Freelance text in the normal Green-with-Black-outline Comic Sans. The Special Edition has everything centered, which I think flows better than the diagonal left to right of the original. There's also a copyright message.
Download bunbun2.pdf - 1.2 MB
A brand-new poster for the Christmas season. I know I'm back in the holiday spirit!
Download traditions.pdf - 1.7 MB