Lark & Key

From WikiFur, the furry encyclopedia.
Jump to: navigation, search
Broom icon.png This article reads like an advertisement. Please clean it up to make it neutral in tone.
For specifics, check the edit history and talk page. Consult the Furry Book of Style for help.

Lark & Key, which ran in a British anthology title, concerned the exploits of Travis Key, a canine agent for Galactic Security. Upon apprehending a thieving hare going under the name of "Lark," Key fell into a series of escallating issues involved in trying to deliver the insanely optimistic Lark to a stern and much-deserved justice. For his part, Lark wasted no time in promoting himself as the detective's "partner," in the hopes of winning a technical parole.

Drawn into an intergalactic conspiracy, the duo found themselves on the run from the sinister Hawke, while they tried to discover the nature of a mysterious gadget Lark had filched. The series ended in mid-stream due to a formatting change at the publishers.

The script of Lark & Key was by Mark Barnard and the artwork was by Terrie Smith, both of whom also created Havoc, Inc. for Radio Comix.