… and that’s where we’re going to leave Watusi, to enjoy the rest of his festival weekend. Hopefully it will be less eventful than his stint as Mystery Mutt was (even if he doesn’t remember it)!
Rather than dive right into the next adventure during a busy holiday season, next week I’ve got something different in store for you. I sincerely want you to know that I’m very thankful for the time you’ve given me to follow this strip every week– hope you all have a happy Thanksgiving!
Sometimes it’s just hard to read people…
Well, that story sounds pretty convenient! Wonder if anybody’ll buy it?
While Watusi catches some shuteye, I hope you all have a happy Halloween!
With this episode we bid adieu to that criminal clown, Teebo. A big thanks to Keith O’Brien for letting me borrow Teebo and wrap a long story around him; it’s been a lot of fun and made the story a lot richer than it was when I first jottted it down in my sketchbooks years ago without Teebo as a foil. I think it’s a safe bet to say we haven’t seen the last of him, either…
Who, indeed? Stick around to see if the Mystery Mutt can protect his identity…
Sadly, Teebo, I get the feeling that your headaches are far from over!
In happier news, the jam comic started at last month’s Free State Comicon is all posted! You can read the complete story on Watusi’s facebook page (it’s the “Free State Comicon Jam Comic 2012” album)
Next: Teebo vs. Kirby??
Until then, you can check out the latest installment of my “2o questions” interviews over at smearysoapboxpress.com. It’s with “There’s Something Happening in Crawford, Kansas” creator Mike Sullivan.
Wonder if Teebo has anything left in his bag of tricks?
In other news, I’ll also have my entry in the Lawrence Public Library‘s Banned Books Week Trading Card project on display during the first week of October. Stop by the library during a special after hours Final Fridays event this Friday, September 28, at 7:30 pm or anytime in the coming week for a peek at it– and all the other entries, as well. Beginning Sunday, September 30, the first of the seven winners will be available as a trading card; look for a new one debuting each day at the library and at the Lawrence Arts Center. Collect ’em all!
What a close call! Disaster averted!