Category Archives: Bones and fish skeletons

Constant thrills!

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

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• Dabney wallows in rejection

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

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Sunday bonus: Slylock creeps in your window

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

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SPOILER: Steve didn’t write that sign

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

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Adventures in cross-contamination

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

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(So is Weirdly!)

It looks like Schedulegate will continue into tomorrow. I always forget that I can’t pull a comic from next month ahead of time. Slylock Fox – March 1st, 2014 This is one of those Weirdly plots I can’t comprehend. At … Continue reading

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Sunday bonus: Is it… talking?

Still partying! Slylock Fox – December 28th, 2008 (click for full) Nothing. He stared in awe and terror at his little flip phone, trying to wrap his brilliant mind around its technological mastery. After 3 hours or so, he gave … Continue reading

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I knew the grass was evil

Slylock Fox – March 24th, 2014 I never really know what to think about Wanda Witch’s little schemes. There are only really two explanations, and I can’t decide which is more ridiculous: Slylock is right, and this supernatural creature is … Continue reading

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Still on that prisoner?

Slylock Fox – March 17th, 2014 “No, Max, don’t be ridiculous. A true detective would notice the lever on the toaster is in the down position, suggesting our man was still making his toast. Of course it’s not the fresh … Continue reading

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HOW TO DRAW Slylock nude!!

Slylock Fox – March 16th, 2014 Slylock Fox has developed a weird mix of realism and ridiculousness. Testing the level of salt in the water would be a totally rational response from anyone other than a walking, talking fox-man. On … Continue reading

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I guess if you’re into that

Slylock Fox – March 13th, 2014 I’ve been using the “belly shirts” category a lot lately, haven’t I? I haven’t really mentioned it in a while, but that’s because it’s never in the context of a wolf lustfully thrusting his … Continue reading

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Real men don’t need to kill their food

Slylock Fox – March 11th, 2014 Sometimes the differences in these puzzles make me question the logic of a typical cartoon style. Do you suppose that in panel 1, dad is wearing glasses that appear as bulging eyeballs with thick … Continue reading

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Watch me stick my finger in the socket!

Slylock Fox – March 3rd, 2014 I think my favorite genre of Slylock mystery is “Shady Shrew accuses someone else of shattering his long-broken crap”. Sure, it sounds low, but when you take the paycheck differences into account, it’s more like … Continue reading

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If you squint, it looks like text!

Slylock Fox – February 17th, 2014 Because Reeky is so broke he eats dry bones and boiled newspapers, and could never afford a trip to England? Because he spray-painted his name on the mailbox? Because those newspapers are clearly arranged as … Continue reading

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