Forest Hill

Forest Hill

by Campion
Life Happens. Forest Hill is a slice-of-life comic revolving around the daily lives of a few elementary-school-age kids, their parents, and the trials and tribulations of growing up in a small town.

Forest Hill discusses issues of childhood, childhood sexuality, abuse, and neglect. Thus, this comic contains topics and elements not suitable for children, but at the same time, they are topics and elements they should be completely made aware of.
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Forest Hill

Life Happens. Forest Hill is a slice-of-life comic revolving around the daily lives of a few elementary-school-age kids, their parents, and the trials and tribulations of growing up in a small town.

Forest Hill discusses issues of childhood, childhood sexuality, abuse, and neglect. Thus, this comic contains topics and elements not suitable for children, but at the same time, they are topics and elements they should be completely made aware of.

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Campion
13 hours ago
@Ryeven: Nope, it's not you. It happened because I had to upload a lot of new files, and the wrong file was chosen. Thank you for pointing this out! ^.^
Ryeven
13 hours ago
*Whistling quietly*
Ryeven
13 hours ago
NOPENOPENOPENOPE

NOT MY SWEET DEAR BOY ;-;
Ryeven
14 hours ago
QUESTION
http://prntscr.com/fn7s8e

Is this a glitch?

I keep going to the pages after this, I found the actual page.
Also reloaded this page, but it appears to be glitched --or did you replace this comic with this one?
Ryeven
14 hours ago
:o
oh my!
I do wonder what is Whistletop doing in the present day, after his 4 years prison. That is, if He's alive at all.

As much as I heard about the Hippie subculture, I can't decide if I should be surprised or not that pedophilia was basically a threat to children in communes. The Hippie culture is an interesting concept, one of the themes that i find to be a part of the world like a tree or something. It's kinda ironic -I guess, not really bright on the Irony topic, tbh- how easily Hippie communes could be dissolved with threats like a pedophile.
I don't know how often this thing happened in real-life hippie communes, but most of them would be gone by the mid-1970's. I assume few of the people were really serious about wanting to live this way for the rest of their lives.
Campion
June 20th, 2017
@tomatogoatee: And the funny thing about that it's not uncommon for kits of rabbits with different colors to look completely random compared to the parents, like someone shook up the gene pool. The reason why I keep Flora, Kaleb, and her mom all white is for my own artistic sanity, and not just to show generation similarity.
Flora's younger brother
I realize it's probably just his fur pattern, but when I look at him, I can't help but think he has chicken pox. :D
Campion
June 20th, 2017
Okay, well I thought I made that clear enough that WS is the subject of the sentence by placing him in the predicate, but I guess not. :/ Anyhow, I've reworded it slightly to improve the clarity of the noun relationships.
memBrain
June 20th, 2017
Indeed. It does sound like she's saying she had sex with her brothers...
I have to agree with Dale about panel 2. A rewrite would eliminate the confusion that exists.
Dale (Guest)
June 20th, 2017
@Campion, I'm pretty sure that when Flora says, "I did" in panel two, she means she had sex with Whistlestop, which is bad enough. But the structure of the paragraph makes it sound like she had sex with her brothers. Maybe a slight rewrite there for clarification is in order?
@Campion: True! I do find it interesting that with her upbringing being so liberal that she would eventually grow into a conservative doe. Still, events that she's endured could be the key to that little shift.
Still, wonderfully done and catching up on the past month and change has been...let's just say that you are one heck of a tale weaver, good Sir!!!
@Estoc: Like father, like future husband. Except Flora's maiden name wouldn't be Veloux.
Indeed, which is the purpose of my last sentence. It expresses that uncertainty.
@memBrain: Except watch lists are a very recent invention and news reports show they are not always enforced or updated. And I thought that the era of these events were equivalent with the 1970's.
The police had enough evidence in that tin to put him away. Prison is hard on child molesters and pedophiles. Many do not survive long. Same thing happens to rapists as well. If they manage to survive to parole, they get put on a watch list. Can't say what happens in this world though.
And I had thought that Whistlestop had fled before he could be caught. Good thing that was not the case. Wonder what the police could have done with him though.
One can only hope this is where the story ends.