Well, my own comments section, along with that of the Comics Curmudgeon show I wasn’t the only one confused by yesterday’s puzzle. Clearly Slylock didn’t arrest Bruno for being the vandal, but for busting out ancient riddles in the place of an alibi.
Let’s admit it, that’s the kind of detective we’d all be.
Slylock Fox – August 26th, 2013
Speaking of questionable practices, Slylock has been in cahoots with the electric company to arrest Slick Smitty for the cutest robbery ever. Smitty, though disturbed by the nose-troll peering from the squad car, doesn’t give an excuse or even a hackneyed riddle.
Those penguins will go back to the zoo. The really really creepy zoo that’s also run by talking animals. But it’s not all bad. As soon as Smitty gets out of prison, he’ll sit in his basement, amidst the snowmen and the figure eights, and remember a time when he had 20 whole friends.
(The electric company will rat him out for that, too.)