Featuring Symbolic RASTORC

Aw, man, it’s good to be back and forgetting there’s a queue. Don’t forget to scroll down to see yesterday’s post, where I finally caught up with our college-obsessed sleuth!

Slylock Fox – June 18th, 2013

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It started off as an attempt on Mr. Jones’ life. Sick of delivering paper after paper to this blowhard, Davey struck him clear in the noggin with a newspaper. Of course it didn’t work. But Davey practiced, each morning delivering a clean whack to Jones’ head. But as he improved, so did his adversary; not content to just close the door, Mr. Jones trained his arm to rise at the very sound of Davey’s footsteps. Out of defiance, Davey never quit. His little act of hatred became something more. A staple. A tradition. And eventually, the basis for a beautiful friendship.

He probably shouldn’t mention that it was a murder thing, ’cause that might put a damper on it.

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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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3 Responses to Featuring Symbolic RASTORC

  1. Ratiocinator says:

    I never realized how deadly rolled up newspapers could be in the wrong hands. Once they die out entirely the world will become much safer.

    • Inkwell says:

      After that, Davey will resort to throwing the entire internet.

      • Ratiocinator says:

        Anybody who can lift the internet, to say nothing of throwing it, has earned the right to kill whoever they want as far as I’m concerned. I mean, that’s pretty damn impressive.

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