Bon voyageJuly 21, 2005 | Comics
Not so happy trails
In these comic strips, Robin races to get help hiding Robot, but it’s a problem far outside her control apparently as Robot get’s taken anyway.
Paper boyJuly 10, 2005 | Comics
Death to the infidels!
In these comic strips, after years of radio silence, Robin’s secret government informant breaks his silence and contacts her.
The ties that grindJune 25, 2005 | Comics
Opening old wounds
In these familiar comic strips, Robin’s mother comes for a visit and Robin reflects on her failed career as a reporter.
Me IncJune 15, 2005 | Comics
Pink is a calming colour
In these comic strips, friendships are tested and Robot’s worst qualities come to the surface when he gets a promotion at work.
WPS 5000June 1, 2005 | Comics
It’s a juicer! It’s a floor wax!
Robot buys a new gadget – the WPS 5000! It does everything! If only he could figure out how to operate it.
Electric sheepMay 31, 2005 | Comics
It’s a Robot snore-pocalypse!
In these comic strips, Robot has a snoring problem, and Robin has had enough of it. Doc sends Robot to a sleep clinic to get it sorted out, with unusual results. Based on a true story.
Pretty kittyMay 17, 2005 | Comics
Robot adopts a stray cat
In these comic strips, Robot lets a stray cat in the house, much to Robin’s disapproval. Francis and Peaches think Robot is a carnival ride.
The week that wasMay 10, 2005 | Comics
Just another week for Robot
In these totally random comic strips it’s another week that was. Robot continues to elude the secret government agency somehow, experiences unreliable digital payment methods, and describes an exciting movie trailer very effectively.
Survey saysMay 6, 2005 | Comics
Robot draws the thin line between lazy and efficient
In these data centric comic strips, Robin answers employee satisfaction survey questions for Robot. Robot is, shall we say, flexible with her answers.
HarmonicaApril 29, 2005 | Comics
Robot can hold a tune
In these musical comic strips, Robot searches for someone to play his harmonica with. Everyone is a critic, apparently.