Those are his bandit-kicking boots

First Sunday of the new year! You know what that means– big old Slylock puzzle!

Slylock Fox – January 6th, 201

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The solution here is that Max will wrap the map around a stone and through it across. Unless he has something to tie it off with (he doesn’t), there is one definite outcome: the map gently fluttering towards the sea whilst Slylock gets beaned with a rock.

Meanwhile, I’m surprised at the amount of impending death in the other puzzles!

  • The mouse and bird in the Six Differences.
  • The worms in the turtle trivia.
  • The kitty in the headlock.

Doodles – January 6th, 2013

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Steve the ape claimed he jumped over all three barrels. He says the trail on the ice proves it. Why does Slylock suspect he’s lying?

˙punoɹɐ ʇuǝʍ ʎlsnoıʌqo ɐpuıʞ ǝɥ ¿pǝdɯnɾ ǝɥ ɟı ǝɔı ǝɥʇ uo lıɐɹʇ ɐ ǝʌɐǝl ʇı plnoʍ ʎɥʍ

(Kidding aside, I notice this week’s Doodles is by “Foote and Sack” instead of Mac and Sack. The art’s different, too– looser and less detailed, with thinner lines. Not to mention that the Doodle Zoo doesn’t even have crazy visual pun. I’m a bit bummed out, because the reason I picked this comic up was the fun artwork.)

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About Inkwell

Just your average girl surfing the web for kick-awesome cartoons and comics. I enjoy reading, writing, and listening to my head rattle.
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