After invading countless comics and internet sites across the internet, Cow has finally found his way back to his own comic today. And he couldn’t have blinked back a moment too soon. This week’s extra super, quindruple-sized Cow & Buffalo strip marks the end of a story-arc that started waaaay back in September of 2006. Consisting of sixty-four strips as well as Cow’s recent out-of-strip experiences, this is a story that might be fun to sit down and read from start to finish (now that we all know it really does come to a close). See how it all began right here!
As for JourneyCow, the complete list of all the comics Cow teleported into can be viewed here. But don’t be surprised if you still see some residual teleporting from Cow in the next few days (I really can’t explain how these teleporter-majigs work). The CowTracker will continue to stay up until we can be sure Cow has permanently fixated himself back into his own comic.
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It seems too complex and very broad for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!
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