The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 51

Ah, yes! Ben is now on the verge of establishing total control … Check out the entire sordid tale on the following pages:  Kidnapping Part One … and … Kidnapping Part Two. Advertisements

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 50

Yes! We are still here. And Ben is still handling a difficult situation with his usual style and grace … To catch with how we got to this point, check out Kidnapping Part One … and … Kidnapping Part Two.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 49

Lots of mayhem going on here. Fortunately, Ben appears to have things under control. If you’re new, or simply forgotten what’s happened in the ages since our last post, catch up with the story in Kidnapping Part One … and … Kidnapping Part Two.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 48

  After months and months we are finally back with a new page. Real life has a way of intruding on comic strip creation, alas. Anyway, here it is … Catch up with the whole story in Kidnapping Part One … and … Kidnapping Part Two.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 47

There is nothing we can say to prepare you for what the boys and Nessie are about to see …

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 46

After lurking around outside Kastle Von Kat for what seems like months, Ben and Robbie and their faithful hound are leaping into action! Catch up with the first half of our story right here … and the second half over here.

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.