SpongeBob Comics #48 is a SpongeBob SquarePants comic book that was released on September 9, 2015.

Cover references

The following is a list of characters that appear in snail form on the cover.

Row Column Character Media
top first Sandy Little Orphan Annie
top Second Sylvester Looney Tunes
top third Catbert Dilbert
top fourth Lockjaw Marvel Comics
second first Heathcliff Heathcliff
second second Pokey Gumby
Second third Bill Bloom County
second fourth Dino The Flintstones
third first Snowy Adventures of Tintin
third second Jake Adventure Time
third third Hello Kitty Hello Kitty
third fourth Pikachu Pokémon
fourth first Scooby Doo Scooby Doo
Fourth second Snoopy Peanuts
fourth third Garfield Garfield
fourth fourth Felix Felix the Cat
fifth first SpongeBob SquarePants SpongeBob SquarePants
fifth second Pluto Mickey Mouse
fifth third Marmaduke Marmaduke
fifth fourth Muttly Wacky Races
bottom first Jiminy Cricket Disney's Pinocchio
bottom second Krazy Kat Krazy Kat
bottom third Astro The Jetsons
bottom fourth Santa's Little Helper The Simpsons


Have a Nice Day, Gary!

Gary the Snail has a nice and adventurous day while SpongeBob is at work.

A House for Gary

Upon a recommendation from the doctor, SpongeBob gets Gary a snail condo. However, SpongeBob has more fun with the snail condo than Gary.

Gary Patty

When SpongeBob creates a new delicious patty named after his pet snail, Gary, the customers want to see the pet snail himself in person.

Snail Foot

SpongeBob wakes in bed with Gary, only to find out that he now has a snail foot just like his pet snail. Because of this, SpongeBob and Gary decided to go out and do snail things.

In and Out

SpongeBob makes Gary his very own snail door so he doesn't have to use the main door.

A Snail is a Sponge's Best Friend!

Patrick is conflicted on if he or Gary is a more awesome friend to SpongeBob.

Sentimental Snails

This comic talks about how some snails are sentimental.

Gags for Gastropods

This comic has four different frames of Gary gags.


Cultural references

  • The title of A Sponge is a Snail's Best Friend! parodies the phrase "a man's best friend" in reference to the relationship dogs have with their owners.
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