Always get paid up front. Always. So, here we finally learn the old man’s name: Kane Flysight. How did I come up with his name? Rory’s Story Cubes. I couldn’t think of a name, so I dumped all three boxes of dice in a bag and pulled some out. I got a cane, a plane, and an eyeball. Thus: Kane Flysight. Why not? It’s a fantasy comic, and I can, nay should, have weird names.

Behind the Scenes:  see my original drawing for this comic and more on Patreon

Our fuzzy pals get their first quest as self-employed adventurers! Off to do away with an elemental spirit. I’m sure that will go well.

Safety tip kids: I don’t care what kind of razor you use, never shave in the dark as Kane mentions in today’s comic. I made the switch to the old school “safety razor” style a few years ago, and I’ve never looked back.

You can get a pack of replacement razors for super cheap compared to the “big razor” brands. Sure, there’s a little more work involved, but I don’t miss dropping around $20 for only three replacement blades. If you are interested, here’s the shaving cream I’ve used for years.

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Comic Transcript: Foxes & Boxes – 37

Kane: The name’s Kane Flysight, and I have a pest problem at home!

Boxes: Mirerats? Bloodroaches?
Fox: Solicitors?

Kane: Worse! An elemental spirit! Mean one too!

Fox: Is that how you lost your eye?!

Kane: No!

Kane: Shaving.
Kane: In the dark.

Boxes: We’re gonna need the pay up front.
Fox: And dinner to go.

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Daniel J. Hogan is a geeky cartoonist and writer living in Michigan. Daniel is available for freelance writing and cartooning commissions (Contact Daniel). This post contains affiliate links, unless it doesn't.

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