Kirk Bergman and Duncan McBoo are pedigree police: the finest canine cops in all Muttropolis. And they're never short of work. The city is heaving with cunning crooks and malevolent mongrels who would sell their own mother for a bone.
Join our dog detectives as they chase leads, sniff out crime, collar the bad guys and generally get their teeth into adventures full of action, suspense and . . . milkshakes.
Criminals beware: McBoo and Bergman are on your tail!
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It is a brilliant homage to the classic noir detective movies, and pretty much every cop buddy movie going and is laced throughout with snappy dialogue and one-liners that will make you laugh out loud - Book Zone for Boys
Sequential narrative (comic book panels to you and me) can offer more visual possibilities than straightforward writing and Dave Shelton makes full use of the form . . . This hairy whodunnit will thrill children from 5-99. Go fetch! - Inis
The plots are goofy, the laughs are there and writer/artist Dave Shelton has got more expression out of his characters than I thought possible. Let's hope we see more of the Muttropolis duo in the future - Bear Alley
A hilarious noir detective romp . . . Full of slapstick visual gags and great wordplay, you'll soon develop a soft spot for these two lovable detectives - The Ultimate Book Guide
The slapstick is outstanding - Singapore Comix
Shelton's artwork throughout is masterful, brilliantly controlled and perfectly paced to lay out every gag just right to get the most laughs - Forbidden Planet Blog
Dave Shelton's comic timing is incredible - he seems to be able to control the pace at which your eyes move from one panel to another, so each gag is a complete surprise - Armadillo Magazine
Dave Shelton's slapstick cop antics will appeal one level to the younger readers with their visual gags and the strip's often frenetic pacing. Older readers, however, will find much to amuse them in GDBD's obvious homage to the film noir genre and in picking up the loving references to that era of cinema - Broken Frontier
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Dave Shelton was born and raised in Leicester (more or less) and educated at Loughborough, Cambridge and Brighton. He now lives and works in Cambridge. He has been drawing and colouring in professionally since 1990 and, as yet, has not starved to death as a result. Dave believes that there is no time of the day or night when it is inappropriate to take a bath or to eat breakfast. He likes crosswords, comics and cricket and has never owned a dog. Do not, under any circumstances, allow him to talk to you about pens.