This applies to most strips, actually

Slylock Fox – November 18th, 2013

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So the solution here is that the beaver can’t be the thief, because he’d track water in front of the locker, which makes sense… until you notice he hasn’t tracked water anywhere. Where did he come from? Did he just materialize there?

My guess? Slylock has become unable to process cases that aren’t presented as puzzles for him to solve, and willed another suspect into existence. The moment the universe spat out this beaver, naked and confused, Slylock declared his innocence. Slylock feels smart.

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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 This applies to most strips, actually

  1. $$$WESTVIEW ONCOLOGIST$$$ says:

    Nice work there Max! While Slylock is doing valuable canvassing and interviews, your just derping around the swimming pool. I really think Slylock need’s to reconsider the whole sidekick things. Even Batman realized at one point that haven a subordinate creates more troubles than it’s worth,

  2. Ratiocinator says:

    Where is that ape hiding the watch? Slylock can accuse him all he likes based on him trying to frame the beaver, but there’s only one way to prove he’s the thief. Max picked exactly the right case to sit out here.

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