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Monthly Archives: April 2014
This week’s been busier than most; I’ll catch up as soon as I’m able. Apology eggplant?
Slylock Fox – April 15th, 2014 Random character we’ll never see again: *prying a crocodile’s jaws open with his soft vulnerable feet, nonchalantly securing himself to a helicopter flying over a cliff, and being an adorable ginger to boot* Slylock … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – April 14th, 2014 I enjoy seeing Slylock and Max on their off days. The two can’t even pick up groceries normally; they have to do it shirtless with skateboards while fighting crime. Slylock wears a long, flowing … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – April 13th, 2014 Slylock pushed the selfie story to his higher-ups, reeking of bizarre chemicals. After a careful investigation, the police pieced together this timeline: Dabney takes photo of Cassandra with the pin floating weirdly over her … Continue reading
Double bonus this week because last Sunday I marathoned Sailor Moon was too busy! Slylock Fox – June 11th, 2000 (click for full) I love Slylock’s little pouty face! That’s right, Fox: the machine works. Yes, you solved the puzzle, … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – June 27th, 2010 (click for full) Solution — We’ll never know, because Max’s screaming and flailing immediately distracted Slylock. The two were promptly kicked out, but in Max’s defense, he had no idea dinosaurs had so many … Continue reading
I’ve been having a busy weekend and a broken computer. Give me a few hours to play catch-up, including bonuses. Slylock Fox – April 12th, 2014 What’s with the way Bonnie stops and stares into infinity? Is she recalling the … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – April 11th, 2014 I spent some time building a house last year (or at least that was my excuse for the constant schedule slips). I have to say, no one on the team considered doing it with … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – April 10th, 2014 You’d think that if you were thirsty, living off of sapient, fully-feathered birds and writing an S.O.S. in some bodily fluid that wasn’t supposed to turn black, you’d be pretty glum. But not Steve … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – April 9th, 2014 Do you know how many worms some creatures feed their offspring? Do you know how much worm, in feet, a parent needs to cough up to their kid? The Weber family knows! …for some … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – April 8th, 2014 The storytelling in Slylock Fox can be amazing. Today’s comic uses irony to deliver a moral truth. As the man is delighting in his own inequity, taunting the dog with food, so the animals … Continue reading
I just discovered that I have been typo-ing the links to the larger versions of the comics all April. Sorry to anyone who had to read that little bitty text. Slylock Fox – April 7th, 2014 Sure, the budget cuts … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – April 6th, 2014 This is the society we live in: men are forced to live in houses barely bigger than they are, cramped together and fighting for territory. Public education is no more, and only the most … Continue reading