Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Episode # 218 - November 20th, 2007

Hey, we're sorry.... this episode is no longer posted online. But you can see it in the third Kyle's B&B
book collection "Kyle's Bed & Breakfast: Hot Off the Griddle".   (This is the first Kyle's B&B book
to feature FULL COLOR episodes!). By the way, if you prefer Kyle's B&B in black & white,
there is also a special black & white edition available of the third book, too!

Both are easily available to order on Amazon.  Just click on either of the banner links below to get there!


Additionally, if you want to see the strip from the very beginning, you can order the first two book collections,
"Kyle's Bed & Breakfast" and "Kyle's Bed & Breakfast: A Second Bowl of Serial".
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One more thing: if you're not already a fan of Kyle's B&B on Facebook, well.... you really ought to
be! It's a great way to keep up with the B&B guys between episodes, and get all sorts of fun pics
and interesting tidbits that don't make it here to the B&B website. Just click on the banner link
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And a big thank you to everyone who sent me Happy Birthday wishes... I'm really touched!

5 comments:

Fred Wemyss said...

Hey, Greg,

Unlike GASOLINE ALLEY, this strip has people aging. Jeff is showing a sort of rugged change.
I've been reading your page about modeling. (It's like reading about astronauts for me -- I'm not going to space, either.) The training you undertook informs KYLE'S BED AND BREAKFAST.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Anonymous said...

GO COCKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!! lololol

Jeff D. said...

Nice to see a southern guy as part of the action at the B&B. And of course, I like his name too. Hope he stays around a while.

Jeff D.

Ethrim said...

Richard has an awkward profile. Thanks actually, for not having all your characters hot at every angle.

Anonymous said...

I love the falling leaves in the background. You should do at least one fall panel in color! Heading to Long Island today for some turkey. Wish me luck on the L.I.E.!

Michelle