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Dunk of Nightmare!

Submersion in terror, from Inky Conditions – a Brexit with Biscuits. Advertisements

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Inky Conditions #1 – The Cat That Thought About It

Introducing (hereabouts at least), my new collation of all things narratively, naturally, inky. Inky Conditions. That’s Inky (let the records show) Conditions. In this first epic tale, a cat thinks about It. I like how this happened in frame 3.

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Chicago Notes, 5. Brolly

So, I reckons probably this is the last of the Chicago Notes series. I was thinking, there, about the getting lost and all, and things not always turning out quite how I had them imagined beforehand. And I thought, why not … Continue reading

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Particular Fox Revisited, 7-12

In a pleasingly un-fastidious fashion, I’ve delayed this Part 2 of 2 posting (Part 1 link to ‘episodes’ 1-6 is here) for all of nine months: forgetting; uncertain; possibly even un-fussed – unhappy with it all? Which is a terrible business to … Continue reading

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Kacky the Kittin, 3

Here’s Kacky the Kittin again. In living colour. With digital sound.     more previous Kacky the Kittin is also here and then also absolutely here

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Kacky the Kittin, 2

Well, look, here’s the second little strip concerning Kacky the Kittin. I had this idea about two (bad) birds being in on the action, and so here they are, hurling turmoil meanly upon Kacky’s mother. I decided to merge this … Continue reading

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Kacky the Kittin

And we’ve all done it. Dreamed a little comic strip. Kacky the Kittin [sic] (I know) appeared around 2:30, one morning this week, all rather pivoted about this trio of descriptors; in turn a muddy echo from decades of skull-storing Richard Burton’s “sycophantic, phlegmatic … Continue reading

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