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May the Rain Come

May the Rain Come

by Zimeta08
William Weasel returns home after seven years of war only to find his hometown deep in a drought, and his life eerily empty and devoid of meaning.


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May the Rain Come is rated PG-13 (for depictions of PTSD and scary moments).

Contact: zimeta08@hotmail.com

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4 Years Ago
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May the Rain Come

William Weasel returns home after seven years of war only to find his hometown deep in a drought, and his life eerily empty and devoid of meaning.


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May the Rain Come is rated PG-13 (for depictions of PTSD and scary moments).

Contact: zimeta08@hotmail.com

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Zimeta08
November 18th, 2017
@Old Cowhand: Thanks! Just tell one person about it and I'll be happy. ^.^
Old Cowhand (Guest)
November 16th, 2017
@Zimeta08: It really was a great story (you almost brought me to tears a couple times) and I hope more people will discover it.
Zimeta08
November 14th, 2017
@Old Cowhand: Thank you for taking the time to read it! I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)
Old Cowhand (Guest)
November 14th, 2017
Wonderful Story
I just stumbled across this story and spent the last two days reading it. What a great job. Fantastic messages. Very well done.
Trinox
September 30th, 2017
@Zimeta08: It most certainly was something, and don't worry, after reading such a delightful comic I felt the need to leave a comment, besides, it appeared in my recommendation list in Smackjeeves, it was time for me to read it actually
Zimeta08
September 30th, 2017
@Trinox: Aww, thank you so much for taking the time to read it and leave a comment.
I'm happy it matched your weather, too. That must have been something!
Trinox
September 30th, 2017
I know I'm kinda late, but I just wanted to say that this comic was beautiful, deep, nice wrapped up and it had me hanging up on every single page.
Ironically i read this in a rainy day, where everything seemed a bit dark and gloomy, but while i was reading the day outside began to brighten up slowly. I just read in one day what I believe is the most emotionally deep comic I've ever read in my whole life in the perfect ambient, on a rainy day of the ends of winter that ended up stopping at the exact same time the rain came to be in this comic. Such a perfect mood for such a deep comic that i just loved, you made such a good job and i feel the need to tell you this, even though you finished this comic four years ago. Great job and thanks for making such a moving comic
Guest
August 18th, 2017
@Zimeta08: awesome! i love their dynamic :3
eBook?
Have you considered making it available for download as a PDF for a small fee?
@WinterGold: Thank you!
Evil woman, leave Sonia alone!!!
I am genuinely crying, this is so beautiful and sweet !!
@Kingfish: It's mostly based on WWII (Most of the outfits the characters wear are from the '40s), but there are some discrepancies, this being a fictitious world.
Thank you for reading!
The War
This comic is so good! I'm enjoying the scenery, colors, style, and dialogue more with every page.
Though, I'm really curious, about what timeframe does this story take place? Part of me thinks that the style represents something about Vietnam War time, but then other parts of it make me think it would be about WWI or II time. Or, am I wrong and it's completely fictitious? Either way, I'm dying to know the time tables; it makes the story come alive even more! :)
@Ian Evans: Thank you for leaving comments!

Because the purpose of the comic was to show what happens AFTER the war, I figured being ultra violent wasn't necessary.

Thanks for reading it!
loved the down to earth characters, setting, and plot. So simple yet perfect. I think the only thing I would have liked to have had in the comic is a bit more graphic depictions of the horrors of war. Now, that's just a personal preference, and I know why you didn't try to focus too much on that. But stuff like that really hits home for me. But GREAT comic! Can't believe you finished it in a year and a half.
ok, this is definitely my favorite page
ok maybe this is my favorite picture
this is probably my favorite page
I like how he is holding the gun on this page. It's so in-soldierly compared to how he was holding it when placing the tomb stone