Category: Mungo

Mungo S03E19

With chairman Sir Roddy Bulbs confined in what may be sensitively termed the nuthouse, a new man is temporarily at the helm of the good ship Heart of Clachmaninshire. And he’s not in the mood to take penalty decisions for an answer. Dotmund remains Britain’s biggest idiot. Click for...

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Mungo S03E18

Heart of Clachmaninshire’s renaissance still seems to be some way off, but for once it’s not for the want of trying.  Even Mungo McCrackas seems able to contribute to a positive team performance.  However, could sinister outside forces be about to derail their efforts?  The answer, inevitably, is yes. Mungo is brought to you by Dotmund (who has pictures for sale and is still open for Christmas present commissions for the next few weeks… email him if you are interested!), with a little help from Rob Freeman. Click for...

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Mungo S03E17

Thursday is our day for our weekly visit to Heart of Clachmaninshire, where a stuttering start to the season is about to get worse pending Sir Roddy Bulbs’ latest psychological assessment. More importantly, like Dotmund, all of the Clackers players, staff and supporters are getting behind Movember. This is the last Mungo of the month of Movember, and if you have enjoyed the strip down the years please consider making a donation to the cause here if you can. Click for...

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Mungo S03E16

After last week’s shenanigans, Heart of Clachmaninshire are looking to gain some positive press with a good display on the field.  This is not necessarily as easy as it sounds when your chairman has decided to try and segregate the playing staff based on lunch preferences. Dotmund made this. Click for full-size The real-life Egbert Guff, like his fictional counterpart, continues with his Movember efforts for prostate cancer awareness. Please visit his Mospace page here and donate if you...

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Mungo S03E15

This week, Heart of Clachmaninshire try to limit the damage of their rather disastrous start to the season with varying degrees of success.  Mungo’s thoughtful gift to his fallen comrades raises squad morale, whilst Sir Roddy Bulbs artfully sidesteps questions of a looming financial crisis live on television. The person who draws this is called Dotmund. Click for...

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