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Kitty Litter By Ryan Holgersen and Nathan Brewer

Kitty Litter is the story of a little black and white cat who just happens to be an evil genius. Watch as she destroys the lives of Ryan and Nathan and just about anyone she encounters.
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Dawn Blair's Review of Kitty Litter
Because cats are evil
As a cat owner, I often wonder why I bother.  One is fat and lazy, the other is black, likes to climb as high as he can, and is pure evil.  Nothing is sacred with him in the house. So, I could so relate to the cat in this comic that builds a machine to produce robots, steals a pirate ship, buys a machine to raise the dead, and makes secret formulas. I think I now know what my own black cat is up to while I'm at work. No wonder the other cat runs away from him all the time!  Ryan and Nathan, keep up the great work! ... read it now!


Adam Burke's Review of Kitty Litter
Ryan H. and Nathan B. suffer as all pet owners must....
In addition to "Classic Today" and "Chronicles of Today" the good folks at Crab Grass comics bring you Kitty Litter, another nattily drawn and darkly humorous comic in which diabolical feline Sophie is the star. Like all CrabGrass characters, Sophie inhabits a world where zombies, pirates, and vampires are all readily on hand to come betweeen a cat and her saucer of milk. The humor is deft and otherworldy, and the art is composed of neat two-toned panels, with the simplicity of Sophie's character design gelling nicely with her solipsistic world-view. A funny, likable strip with just the right amount of Vitamin Robot to keep your postmodern humour gland in fine fettle. ... read it now!




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