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Mavis never actually learned to read analog clocks, but she assumed correctly here
Not the happiest with how the colors played out on this one, still learning how to do night shading with water color
I love drawing these two
I flipping love the concept of this comic, you've got such a depth going here at just 12 pages. I'm honestly jealous of your story writing skills.
It is so very okay
remember when moving to give the box people your correct place numbers
Trying to bring more box positive narratives to the modern literary canon

New book starts next week, it involves this lil' bean /\/\/\

Also, also in case you missed it, I posted a short movie last week about a giant bagel, Mavis makes the briefest of cameos!

Really excited about this one, I honestly feel like the last book got a lil' jumbly as I was playing around with the art style and also "bottle episodes" are kinda limiting >.<

Thanks for reading book three y'all! If all goes right, I should have the cover for the next chapter up either Friday or next Monday :)

Y'all are awesome, thanks for your nice words and all that!
You all remember that case right?? What a nuts case

SIIIIDE NOTE, I just finished a short movie in which mavis makes the quickest cameo (~2:19)

...also I think the movie is pretty good but I'll acknowledge my bias

All very plausible explanations
@artofjoe: They're so innocent, like clearly the bad guys in the story arc (i think?) but oh so innocent
This is a very common problem when hopping trains
Getting away from the dialogue heavy start to this chapter :0

From now on How to solve the crimes is a no-frills action comic, Mavis from here on out will be referred to, verbatim, as "Action Mavis, star of the Action Comic How to Solve the Crimes, with added ACTION"
*comment noise*
Forgot to upload this originally, hence the 11.5 >.<
2:33 is the time, the time, now, to see