The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 38

Page 38. An epiphany!

Page 38. An epiphany!

Yes! Ben has an epiphany. Okay, we’re not sure what that means, either. But it sounds impressive!

See the whole Quasi-Kidnapping story in the following two parts:  which we have imaginatively named … Part One … and Part Two.

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Clan Munro comic strip no. 43: Slapstick comedy or fantasy?

43. SLAPSTICK COMEDY OR FANTASY?

43. SLAPSTICK COMEDY OR FANTASY?

Hmmm? Is it just me or is that a small alien giving Duff the raspberry? But no matter. What’s important here is that you get your first look at the Newkirk College crest. It’s above the museum doors in panel four. Check it out …

See all Clan Munro strips in these two locations: Part one and … part two!

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 37

Page 37. A big deal!

Page 37. A big deal!

We have done some impeccable research and discovered that Baby Cool’s real name was Beatrix Capulet. She was perhaps Vancouver’s most famous club owner and jazz singer in the 1930s and 40s, but is now little remembered.

And if you need a little refresher on Robbie Dale’s new play, check back to pages 1920 … and 21.

Catch up with the entire first half of Ben’s case here.  And the second half is right over here.