Good job, Fox!

Oh, right, I can open up my browser and rant about comics again. Yeah.

Slylock Fox – January 19th, 2014


Here’s a hint: not by finding the thief! I actually saw this solution in a Nancy Drew book as a kid and tried to copy it, but just ended up with several pages of gray smudges. So unless giant paw-hands are better for controlling pencils, Granny’s screwed. That’s probably why Nancy did that and stopped the bad guy.

After Granny wins her prize and several enemies in the contest, she can take comfort in the idea that Slylock never tracked the madman who knows where she lives and where she keeps her things.


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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2 Responses to Good job, Fox!


    Somehow I suspect Mary Worth is behind the theft.

  2. They did leave a sketch of the suspected thief in the strip so it shouldn’t be too hard to find him.

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