The Adventures of Hercule Cubbage – Chapter One

For the opening of MetroCop and the fifth anniversary of my own comic making debut, I hereby present the first chapter of my new series, dubbed The Adventures of Hercule Cubbage. I actually started work on this a year ago, but went on a long hiatus until I decided to get back to it.

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Also, feel free to give your opinions on the comic in the comments and, above all, have fun!


    • I have no idea whether that is positive, negative or neither, old friend. I won’t force you to elaborate, but feel free to expand if you see fit.

      • I’m not entirely certain myself, whether or not it is positive and/or negative. Further issues, if suchlike should ever see the light of desklamp, might help building a proper opinion.

        • Then “further issues” it is. My free time lasts until mid-September, so I’ll try to exploit it to the fullest in order to come up with the second chapter.

    • Yeah, I figured the “CLICK” might be too much, but I was afraid it might not be clear that the gun was right to his head. It’s the safety going off, he’s being held at gun point.

    • Heh, fair enough criticism. The first issue was meant to highlight the consequences of Freeman’s actions. The second will veer into another direction and serve as a side-story to the game.

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