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Saturday, September 3, 2016

Comic: The Wilde-Hopps Chronicles


There are comics that set standards of quality.  And then there are some fan comics that take that standard and blow it out of the water.  The Wilde-Hopps Chronicles, by PvtScott, is one of those comics.

Drawn entirely by hand, in pencil, the Wilde-Hopps Chronicles has some of the most amazingly consistent art styles I have seen.  The way they draw the fur, the clothes, the guns... even the framing is magnificent.  I am almost convinced that this is the work of a professional comic book artist.  And if PvtScott isn't one already, well, they should be.

Check out this absolutely phenomenal comic on PvtScott's Deviantart, or after the break.

Page 1- Responding to the Call Pt 1
Page 2- Responding to the Call Pt 2
Page 3- Responding to the Call Pt 3
Page 4- Responding to the Call Pt 4
Page 5- Aftermath Pt 1
Page 6- Aftermath Pt 2
Page 7- Aftermath Pt 3
Page 8- Aftermath Pt 4
Page 9- Resurfaced Pt 1
Page 10- Resurfaced Pt 2
Page 11- Resurfaced Pt 3
Page 12- Resurfaced Pt 4
Page 13- Incident 33 Pt 1
Page 14- Incident 33 Pt 2
Page 15- Incident 33 Pt 3
...TO BE CONTINUED

6 comments:

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  2. I like the story, and how the relationship between judy and nick is going.

    Only thing that's bugging me is the cliffhanger, my brain is like "*sigh*, really?"

    I mean, its an awesome comic, and i love it, but could it just've been *one* panel longer?

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  3. The fur shading and stylization is probably my favorite thing to note about this comic series.

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  4. Are we going to talk about the fact that the name of the street on the first panel of the fifth page is literally "street"?

    Really nice comic :)

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  5. The drawing here is amazing.
    I have one more thing to say:
    Rocket Jump. (page 4 panels 12 and 14)

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