Oyster War by Ben Towle

Oyster War

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  1. Three Steps Over Japan

    Three Steps Over Japan GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    It’s cramped, but it’s home.
    There’s no place like home.

  2. F6F5Hellcat

    F6F5Hellcat said, 9 months ago

    @Three Steps Over Japan

    Who says it’s cramped. Maybe it’s bigger on the inside. Like Snoopy’s doghouse, or the TARDIS, or the Mystery Machine in some episodes of the original Scooby-Doo serieses.

  3. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    Well that is that.

  4. LowellMorrison

    LowellMorrison said, 9 months ago

    The question is what happens to the selkie, the island, and, ah, mmmm, the good and bad guys, and the oyster beds. AKA, do I have to give up raw oysters on Sunday Morning Brunches?

    Of course it is bigger inside than out, it is simply a portal.

  5. Three Steps Over Japan

    Three Steps Over Japan GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    @LowellMorrison

    The island disappears, and the selkie hits the water in seal form. The bad guys are all eaten by Chessie, and the good guys all get 5% discounts at McDonald’s good for one meal each worth more than $25. The oysters recover, take online business courses at Phoenix U, and go on to become middle managers at Oracle.

  6. F6F5Hellcat

    F6F5Hellcat said, 9 months ago

    @LowellMorrison

    Monk has no control over the phantom isle, it’s the place where he can be summoned

  7. F6F5Hellcat

    F6F5Hellcat said, 9 months ago

    @Three Steps Over Japan

    5% discounts at McDonald’s? The bad guys got the better end of the stick.

  8. LowellMorrison

    LowellMorrison said, 9 months ago

    @F6F5Hellcat

    True, Monk has no control over the phantom Isle. However, I doubt that the shack where the “Monk Pot” was discovered was put into place by Monk, so there may be a connection.

    And yes, even at 20% off at MickyDs is a win for the bad guys. Point of fact, I have eaten at the Original Micky D’s in San Bernardino, California before Ray Crock got his hand into Franchising….

  9. Daniel Quilp

    Daniel Quilp said, 9 months ago

    @LowellMorrison

    That was way back in the early 50’s as I recall. I read about it in a Reader’s Digest article many years ago. McD was started by two brothers who ordered a lot more machines of some kind than any other chain, so Ray Kroc went out to investigate. The rest is history.

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