Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

2021 has started as a continuation of terrible 2020, but maybe things will get better? For me specifically, it promises to be a busy year. I will be meeting an internist next month to discuss my snortle and there may be a surgery in my future. I’ll let you know how everything goes, of course.

Here’s hoping we all have a great year ahead of us. Or at least a better one.

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

Even though the human seems unable to keep this site up to date and there’s still comics waiting to be posted here (see them on Twitter, Facebook, or my Patreon page), I wanted to wish you Happy Holidays on time.

While you’re here, there’s a bunch of issues of my very entertaining comic for you to read. You should do that, and maybe follow me on your favorite social network. After all, shares and re-tweets are the best presents a feline creator like myself could ask for. Besides a new bed. Or treats. Or new toys. But yeah, aside from those, they’re the best!

Mr. Biscuit #43: Bat-Cat Season

Mr. Biscuit #43: Bat-Cat Season

Yes, you’ve already seen us in some of these get-ups: the Trek uniform recently (in #40) and the goose suit so very long ago (all the way back in #15!). We needed new costumes for Halloween this year (writes the human two months later…).

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Mr. Biscuit #42: Detective Biscuit

Mr. Biscuit #42: Detective Biscuit

Can you see why this issue took so long to draw? That was a lot of strokes. I think the end product was worth the effort, though. The noir style doesn’t fit the regular comic, but it’s fun to use for some jokes.

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Mr. Biscuit #41: Instinct & Intelligence

Mr. Biscuit #41: Instinct & Intelligence

It’s my feline instinct, all right? It doesn’t mean I’m not smart 🙁 And I’ll have you know it’s mean to do that to cats, even if you think it’s funny when we jump to the ceiling.

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The Mr. Biscuit Comic #40: Where No Cat Has Gone Before

The Mr. Biscuit Comic #40: Where No Cat Has Gone Before

OK, we didn’t think it through. Maybe an electric can opener would have been more useful than a giant pizza cutter.

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Mr. Biscuit #39: Yes We Can

Mr. Biscuit #39: Yes We Can

We could totally win, right? I mean, we’d have to get on the ballot first. It would be pretty tough to get enough votes by write-in. But I’m sure I could do a better job than what we’ve seen these past few years.

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The Mr. Biscuit Comic #38: Darth Sniffles

The Mr. Biscuit Comic #38: Darth Sniffles

They also call me Snortles and Snortle Pants. What can I say? I have to breathe. If the comic were true to reality, I’d have to write “snort” in every panel.

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Mr. Biscuit #37: A Better Doorstop

Mr. Biscuit #37: A Better Doorstop

All right, so the bearded human did not really spend a night on the couch. I didn’t want to move from my spot, though. He had to pick me up after petting me through the opening.

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Mr. Biscuit #36: Tell Me No

Mr. Biscuit #36: Tell Me No

Back to our regular programming here after the six-day Drive. Welcome to all the new readers!

This strip shows one of my most endearing quirks: eating stuff I’m not supposed to. What can I say? I can’t resist.

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The Strips of The Mr. Biscuit Drive

The Strips of The Mr. Biscuit Drive

Last week, I put into motion an idea I had been cultivating for a while: a period of several days during which I would publish a single-pane comic a day. The goal was to draw as many readers as possible. Thus, The Mr. Biscuit Drive was born.

Thanks to everyone who supported the Drive or who came to check out the comic. I hope you’ll stick around for a long time. You can subscribe to get every new comic strip in your inbox via the yellow button at the top of the page.

I am posting here every strip I drew for The Mr. Biscuit Drive. Not only for posterity, but because they’re pretty funny!

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Mr. Biscuit #33: Closed For Renovations

Mr. Biscuit #33: Closed For Renovations

Very much inspired by a recent trip to the vet. They had to draw my blood to run some tests, but it proved impossible to do. As I’ve said before, I don’t like needles. They had to drug me up to get it done.

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