Fuzz is a socially awkward teddy bear whose once soft fur has long since been worn down. He is insecure and feeds off the praise of those he sees as superior. Pluck is a sometimes irascible, defeathered chicken who finds himself lashing out in physical ways.
They are just the kind of hapless creatures readers would expect to find having misadventures together on the Sunday funny pages. And that’s why Ted Stearn’s second collection of Fuzz & Pluck comic books works so well. It is a wonderful throwback to some of the best traits of newspaper comic strips, but f