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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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465
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Tuesdays
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Yesterday
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106
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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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Autumnbear
14 hours ago
and out
When I first saw the rape abduction strip I had no idea the artist planned on having a rescuer show up and "save the day". I assumed once the rape was over Tanya would have to wake up and fend for herself. Despite having a "hero" show up, the rape is still happening/happened. Still a horrific event, even if it ends up with a hero moment. Hope Kaleb is alright too, looks like he's having a serious seizure on top of this chaos. >_>
Timmie
16 hours ago
We all had the feeling that Benni will come to the rescue. He is older and presumably stronger, but will he be able to handle the two boys by himself? If he is smart, he would take out the skunk first. The cat is caught with his pants down (literally) and that will give him time to take care of him.

I do like that Benni is seeing both Kaleb and Tawny as friends.
Go for it, Benni!
@tmazanec1: i doubt it can be considered self -defence but a good lawyer can "manipulate" a jury to be less hard, if he dont overkill him, 1-2 hit ok , too many hit or gruesome results is harder to justify.

after this will be tons of body and mind recovry to do on many levels.
Campion
23 hours ago
@Guest: I try to keep between 3-6 in my buffer at any given time. It allows me to concentrate on things that need my attention for a given week, such as work projects, or a vacation, without running out of strips.

This relates to why I'm doing the guest art submissions right now, because I need a bit of time to manage my move.
Guest
24 hours ago
Seeing that page got released now and remembering you working on it quite a while ago on stream ... how many pages have you backes up normally until you release them?^^
Idk either would it
If he does kill him, would this fit under self-defense (for another) or would he be in trouble?
@Guest: Yes, it is Kaleb as a toddler.
Campion
Yesterday
In today's comic, Benni makes it through the hedges.

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Do you have any fan art, stories, or poetry of Forest Hill? Would you like to see it displayed alongside the comic for other fans to view? Well, you're in luck! Forest Hill is accepting submissions!

More information about this event can be found HERE. Happy arting!
Ps is ur icon Kaleb as a smaller child
@Campion: hi I just wanted to say sometimes I have trouble reading hunters script a also sorry for the lack of punctuation but I only get a little time to read
hopefully it won't happen
something is going to happen to benni, something bad
Just found this comic on TVTropes last night and have completely read through it once already and have found it a very engaging (albeit serious and heavy) story, with characters you can connect with in some fashion instead of going 'meh like I care what happens to them.'

For some reason it brings up a case of child molestation I watched covered on TV where a couple had fostered a young girl (I think around 9) while having a biological son about 4 years older, or maybe 5. The girl had been regularly sexually abused by her father and quickly started abusing their son, it went on for some time before they fostered an even younger girl that the older girl coerced the boy into helping her molest. I was shocked how it turned out.

The parents insisted the girl was completely innocent and blameless and through their son under the bus, claiming he 'should have known better' and needed to 'take responsibility for his actions.' End result was the son, still a minor, becoming a registered sex offender for the rest of his life while the girl who instigated it all was treated as utterly blameless and without fault, a victim. Despite the girl being the cause of everything and the boy and other girl her victims.

The couple's daughter, a married adult with kids, refused to have anything to do with her parents for protecting the girl, rightly fearing for her own kid's safety if her parents would do something like that. At least the authority figures in your comic seem reasonable, recognizing that the young coon girl, through no fault of her own, can't be trusted around other kids due to abuse leaving her with skewed ways of responding to other kids.
Campion
April 21st, 2018
@Guest: the timing of things is unfortunate, but I'd rather have this than go on hiatus.
Guest
April 21st, 2018
@Campion:
You mean there is going to be a break? Just at this point? RATS!
@Long Tom:
Lol, TRUE...
But if you're old fashioned like me you learned to deal with it without too much issue.
I agree about kids safety and stuff... but here's an opinion I have that's fun to share. Not trying to fan a fight here, but I personally feel that a lot of kids are missing out on learning how to toughen up and survive in the real world. We as kids used to roll down hills inside tractor tires and empty barrels, walk through creeks bare-foot, play on hot metal playground equipment, climb ropes and trees, play with pocket knives and lawn darts... and somehow turned out just FINE.
This particular slide was pretty big: if a kid was old enough to use this thing they were likely intelligent enough to test the equipment first. Or slide down really fast! >_<
Benni to the rescue
I knew he would do something... or is gonna do something!
Guest
April 18th, 2018
@Estoc:
They are brawny members of the weasel family!