a highly-entertaining sprite comic which ran from sometime in 2001 until its discontinuation in 2003
Its key features include numerous characters, original insults and verbal expressions by said characters, several anime and video game references, samurai pimps, parodies of popular culture in various mediums, and the constant bashing of Urchin (the comic's creator), who appears throughout the strip.
The title stems from the Japanese words for "fish" (Sakana)and "mountain" (Yama).
Sakana Yama remains the most interesting, humorous and innovative amongst the many pixelated web-comics on the internet, even to this day.
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