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Category Archives: Exactly alike
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
Slylock Fox – March 29th, 2014 When I was a kid, I saw a cartoon that depicted an elephant drinking directly through his trunk. It made me so mad! It was so blatantly counterfactual! Why doesn’t anybody ever draw an … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 22nd, 2014 Numbers two and four are alike in that they’re the only versions where the boy doesn’t end up with some variation of sharp angry death and a pile of books hurtling towards his body. … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 15th, 2014 Elephants. Four of them. Completely identical, their hands behind their backs, with those unassuming looks frozen on their faces. You take a step back, and bump into something rough and leathery. More elephants. They … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 9th, 2014 So, “hungry aliens interrupt a picnic between Slylock and his babes, who respond with varying levels of shock” is a recurring premise. I’m serious. Max and Melody take turns being shocked, Tiffany always holds … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 2nd, 2014 I find a couple issues with the set-up in this comic. Let me break it down: There is no indication that Slylock was in the taxi with the latest object of his ogling, and … Continue reading
My weird thing about Slylock Fox might seem kind of immature. But y’know, sometimes it feels good to escape into that world of childhood innocen– Slylock Fox – February 22nd, 2014 … This makes me very uncomfortable.
Slylock Fox – February 16th, 2014 Dude! Whose pay did they have to cut to provide the detectives with jetpacks?! (˙s,xɐW –uoıʇnןoS) Too bad Weirdly isn’t contained by manmade constructs like “roads” or “physics”. He is going to drive over … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – February 1st, 2014 Dylan didn’t fit into any of the cliques; too nerdy for the preps, and too creepy for the nerds. He wanted to make his own clique, but who hangs out with a kid who … Continue reading
As you guys probably noticed, I’ve gone back to queuing backup strips for Sundays. I’ll still get to the current strip ASAP, though! Slylock Fox – January 26th, 2014 Of course I do. Rodney is master of the road, and … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – January 12th, 2014 I always love the little details in these illustrations. For example, that is exactly the face you’d make if you woke up and Slylock Fox huddled up in your personal space, staring at you with … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – January 11th, 2014 US law requires roadside signs to be at least 7 feet off the ground in business or residential areas. The pole on the “bus stop” sign appears to reach just near the guy’s chest, … Continue reading