The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 45

Hey, come on, Robbie.  Kastle Von Kat isn’t that bad.   With any luck, the inside is a lot more tasteless.  Which we will find out on the very next page …

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 44

“BCE” is short for the British Columbia Electric Railway, which ran streetcar lines in Vancouver from 1897 to 1955 (or thereabouts … ).  The streetcar sign is a feature of Ben’s alternate world that was sadly absent from ours. Catch up with the entire Ben story on these adorable pages: Part One and Part Two.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 43

After surviving their whiff of kablooie, our heroes are back on the trail. And doing entirely too well! Catch up with the first half of our story here … and the second half over here.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 42

Looks like Nessie and the boys are entirely-too-much on the right track … See the first half of our story over here.  And catch up with the second half right about here.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 41

The boys are getting entirely too close to their prime suspect … If you need to catch up with earlier installments, check out: Part One and Part Two.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 40

Our bold adventurers sally forth to question the alleged quasi-kidnapper! Catch up with whole story:  Part One  and  Part Two.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 39

Be careful, Ben!  Too much cash is not necessarily a good thing.  To find out why, check back to the beginning of our story. Which you can find in … Part One of the Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat.  Which is cleverly followed by Part Two.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 38

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.