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Saturday, September 17, 2016

Month of Mead, Part 2: Pocket Change


And now, the feels begin.  This was the point that most of us first got a feeling of what the characters of Chief Wilde and July Hopps were like.  Overly optimistic bunny trying to live up to her own expectations of being a big-city cop.  Grumpy Police Chief who calls her out on her naivete.  Sounds familiar, doesn't it?

However, in this case, get a hint at the event that transformed Nicholas Wilde from happy-go-lucky former con-artist into the sullen and serious officer we see here.  The first glimpse of a mystery that may never be answered.  .  The tragedy that quite literally defines this whole series.

Get "Pocket Change" below, on Tumblr, or in a comic dub that we featured a while ago.

And prepare yourself, because this is just the tip of this emotional iceberg.












5 comments:

  1. This was one of the most feels-y comics I have ever read. This author did SUCH a good job with it. (I'm referring to the whole Judy Is Dead comic overall, not just this chapter - although this chapter is feels-y)

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  2. When I first saw this comic, it was missing everything after July ran out,and I had no other context, so I was very confused. I was like "Why is Nick the Chief? Why is he so mean to Judy? What is this au?" Then I saw the whole thing and it was like a lightbulb went off...a lightbulb of agonizing grief.

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  3. It's quite simply the most heart-wrenching work I've seen in this fandom thus far, especially the last entry. That killed me.

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  4. It's quite simply the most heart-wrenching work I've seen in this fandom thus far, especially the last entry. That killed me.

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  5. Agree with Franz. The last 4 panels was soulcrushing.

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