Clan Munro comic strip no. 59: Short order chaos 2

59. SHORT ORDER CHAOS 2

Hmm. Looks like maybe McTavish is not cut out to be a short order cook.  But his next job, well … you’ll have to come back and find out …

Clan Munro comic strip no. 58: Short order chaos 1

58. SHORT ORDER CHAOS 1

McTavish is back, with a splash of colour! As you recall, he was relentlessly pursued by Roger the Bad Swan, and decided to go On The Lam. And he actually managed to find a job. Which is going about as well as you’d think …

Catch up with all Clan Munro strips: Part the First and Part the Second.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 55

Page 55. Teeth!

Seems like Granny and Kitty still aren’t seeing eye to eye.  But we just around the corner from being within spitting distance of a solution!

Clan Munro comic strip no. 57: Innovative Duff

57. INNOVATIVE DUFF

Duff is still hard at work setting up museum security for the big Jewels of Alba exhibit. Though … hmm … is it just us, or does his uniform look strangely familiar?

Catch up with all the Jewels of Alba strips on THIS sensational page.

The Quasi-Kidnapping of Kitty Von Kat: page 54

We are back, after a summer and fall spent moving to B.C.!  Ben seems to have made progress … moving the ‘discussion’ from Kitty’s place to his office.  Aside from that … erm …

Catch up with the whole story in these two locations:  Quasi-Kidnapping part 1  and  Quasi-Kidnapping part 2.

Clan Munro comic strip no. 56: Poor kitty?

55. POOR KITTY!

And we are finally back to Clan Munro! When last seen, McTavish had been run out of town by Roger the Big Mean Swan.  You’d think that his absence would make Robin happy, but that does not appear to be the case.

To find out why McTavish has gone on the lam, check out Clan Munro comic strips part two.  For everything that’s happened since the beginning of time, also peek at Clan Munro part one.

Peter Piper escapes!

Peter flees!

A passing photographer caught this police officer fleeing from a large mansion of dubious architectural value.  (It’s an early example of colour photography, okay?)

We think it’s Peter Piper running away after sorting out the Granny and Kitty situation in a non-violent fashion.  Though we could be wrong …