He strikes again

Slylock Fox – August 13th, 2000 (click for full)


Let’s see… Among these birds, it would have to be one who could fly. One with the motive or simple cruelty necessary to steal a young girl’s bike. And one who apparently didn’t prepare for the detectives to appear! But who?


The eagle!


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5 Responses to He strikes again

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

    Jeez, Slylock do you think you’ve consoled the victim thoroughly enough yet? He’s practically bordering on “bad touch” territory with the young girl.

  2. Ratiocinator says:

    Wait, anthro birds can fly? So I guess that means that anthro skunks can spray and anthro moles can tunnel and anthro dogs can track other anthros by scent, etc.

    Wow, that’d be like if everybody in our world had superpowers!

    If Slylock also retains characteristics of his quadruped ancestors, let’s head on over to Wikipedia to see what that means…

    “Typically, they live in small family groups, and are opportunistic feeders that hunt live prey (especially rodents).”

    Uh oh. He may have restrained himself this long, but it’s only a matter of time before he eats Max. And Shady. And every other rodent in the community. Their only hope is, appropriately enough: Chief Mutt, a hound.

  3. Ratiocinator says:

    Oh, as for the first alt text: Mandy made the footprints without sinking because she’s not a lardo like Max.

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