Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Episode # 220 - December 18th, 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
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Ah, another Holiday episode is here, which means another year has come & (almost) gone. It's been a deep pleasure to bring you these episodes of the B&B boys over the past year.... thank you for being a part of the Kyle's B&B experience! There's much to look forward to in 2008. Starting in February, Kyle's B&B will officially go COLOR. I have received pretty much universal affirmation from everyone that this is a good direction to go, (OK, there are a few who do prefer the episodes in black & white... but don't worry. I'll continue to post the new episodes here in both color and black & white, so you'll always have the B&W option. And of course, this episode and the next few will be in black & white only).

In any case, I wish you all the best this Holiday season....and joy and many miracles to you in 2008! Interestingly, being that new episodes are published here every other Tuesday, the next new episode is scheduled for January 1st, 2008... so be sure to come on back on New Year's Day, to start off 2008 with your friends at Kyle's B&B!

10 comments:

Marc said...

Aww, I love seeing Steve in episodes!

Wilfredo said...

well hi , i love the idea , and i love this comic is awsome , fist help my english , since my 1st language is Spanish since am from Puerto Rico or Boricua, make me LOL , and is something that is real in the gay world , i can wait to see a 2nd book of this comics

Anonymous said...

That's by far the most medieval episode of KBB I can recall. However, it's still as funny and cute as ever.
Xmas: HUM-BUG!

Carles.-

Orcatime said...

Steve doing A Christmas Carol? Trying to wrap myhead around that one. I do still like the color ones better.

Anonymous said...

Isn't it a rather "sexual" and miserable way of dealing with friendship and love to think that you are worth being loved according to some giving-and-receiving balance sheet?

You can live with lots of people around you, "friends" and family, and still be the loneliest person in the world. But if someone really loves you, he loves you for all you are, both nasty and nice, for what he knows and appreciates about you, not for the good and goods you make and give to him.

Otherwise, buying the right to be loved by joining parties and all that crap may drag lots of mourners to your deathbed, but that won't guarantee you are loved all the deeper.

Carles.-

Starr said...

It's good to see Steve again. Other than the cameo in #185 (the Fire Island picnic), we haven't seen Steve since #167, two Christmas episodes ago, and #116, four Christmas episodes ago. (An aside, one day I hope you'll find the time to resume Steve's strip "An Angel's Story".)

Peter said...

Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year!

Thanks Greg for another year of KBB adventures

Wei said...

Happy Holidays Greg :)

buff said...

That is a beautiful panel celebrating the joys of Christmas, Greg. Yes, you have illustrated the true meaning of Christmas, love, joy, and sharing the spirit of the season with your friends.

My friend, I wish you the best Christmas ever. You bring out the best in gay men. You inspire a hope that we, as gay men, in this rainbow tribe we belong to, can live together in love and harmony.

Mega hairy muscle hugs of Christmas greetings and looking forward to a very colorful New Year at Kyle's B&B.

fredwemyss said...

Hey, Greg, Merry December 27th from Greenlawn, NY (just three miles west of Kyle's B & B!)