Granny’s sermon

I need to change my Monday schedule, because I can’t read the Monday comics until midnight and I’m usually too sleepy to write. Next Monday I’ll shoot for a 10 AM deadline.

Slylock Fox – March 11th, 2013


Oh, Granny, I can see why Weber is smitten with you lately! Today’s comic sees our senile squirrel  standing on an upturned pot, giving an impassioned speech about firewood (and aliens, and that newfangled rock and roll). To spread her influence to the young fellers, she even took a cue (and dye job) from Reeky Rat!

It looks like Slylock arrived too late. Granny’s reign of terror has ended with bones strewn across the ground, axes thrown around willy-nilly. Why, if her name was “shady”, I would assume she was bad!

(Shady did not learn from last time. Why does he think axes lend him credibility?)


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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3 Responses to Granny’s sermon

  1. Ratiocinator says:

    Well, the crazy lady has a big piece of wood, so I really don’t want to anger either one of them.

    Unrelated: I love how the non-anthro bird (I’m guessing it’s not Rastorc since it just seems to be staring dumbly at nothing, instead of malevolently out of the panel at us) decided that out of all the places available to sit, Slylock’s tail was the best one of all. “What a nice unmoving, stable surface I have found on which to alight! After my nap, I think I may just start work on a nest here.”

    • Inkwell says:

      My criteria for Rastorc is that it has to be seen in profile, staring at us and into us with one terrifying eye. This little guy seems to be trying and failing to be an evil deity like Rastorc, trying to inspire fear in Slylock. So far he hasn’t noticed.

  2. Pingback: She’s baaaack~ | The Slylock Files

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