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Monthly Archives: December 2012
I don’t know how my schedule got so screwed up that I’m updating at 8:00. My internal clock is just busted. I’ll try to get one in in the wee hours– not like I’m going to be partying or anything. On … Continue reading
Sorry I’m so late today! Been busy with my family. I can’t believe I almost missed my all-time favorite obsession: a Sunday Slylock. Today’s is particularly crazy. Slylock Fox – December 30th, 2012 This panel made me laugh before I even … Continue reading
December 29th, 2012 Slylock Fox begins its descent into horror gradually, by playing on common phobias. Hey, kids, are you afraid of spiders? With their enormous, stalky legs and inhuman eyes? Yeah, well, mice are even more afraid than you. … Continue reading
Sorry I’m late today. Went out to see Monsters Inc. 3D with my friends. We were the only adults in the theater and it was torturous. Slylock Fox – December 28th, 2012 Today’s kid cartoonist has excellent taste, which I must … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – December 27th, 2012 What is it about that crow’s stare that is so terrifying? That doesn’t say “cute Christmas puzzle”, that says “run, while you still can”. What on earth could have earned this level of dead-eyed … Continue reading
Well, I’m back. Christmas was a blast, and I got tons of art supplies and puppet-making materials. (I’m only warning you because this will take time away from my faithful documentation of Slylock insanity.) I hope everyone had a Merry … Continue reading
Merry Christmas, fellow Slylockians! I’ll be taking tomorrow off. I’ll return on the 26th, with Christmas’s comic in tow– assuming I’m not too busy with all my shiny new toys. Slylock Fox – December 24th, 2012 One thing you’ve gotta … Continue reading
I hope you don’t mind if I do something different today. I’ve waited all week for the Sunday funnies, and it seems a shame to limit myself to one comic. I promise I won’t start ripping off Josh.* Slylock Fox … Continue reading
December 22nd, 2012 Well, Weber’s getting crafty! I was tragically unable to solve this puzzle, so I did what I always do: pasted the different versions of the image into a graphics program, layered them over each other, and played … Continue reading
Happy 12/21/2012! Are you ready for doomsday? Because by the time you read this, you’ll probably be dead. Let’s see how Weber and the Kid Cartoonists preparing for the Mayan apocalypse! December 21st, 2012 This penguin faces death with dignity. … Continue reading
December 20th, 2012 SECRET SEVENTH DIFFERENCE: Panel 1 is an edgy Garfield reboot. Our sassy feline, unaccustomed to post-military-training Odie, is stealing his food… for the last time. Panel 2 is a Slylock Fox cartoon.
December 19th, 2012 After carefully counting the pixels, I can safely tell you that the kitty is the smallest. I can only picture a million children, clutching their heads and screaming as they read the solution. That’s what your text says, … Continue reading
December 18th, 2012 I love that bird’s look of absolute rage. The little boy (who presumably built the snow man) doesn’t really mind. He understands the snow man is a silly winter novelty. The bluebird, on the other hand, implores the … Continue reading