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Cop Story

Cop Story

by Oly-RRR
A slice-of-life story about cops and disabled people that occasionally pretends to be a crime drama. Set in North London and completely fictional.

Might contain traces of nuts, profanities and mature content (blood, violence, abuse).

Updated sporadically, whenever I'm able.
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Cop Story

A slice-of-life story about cops and disabled people that occasionally pretends to be a crime drama. Set in North London and completely fictional.

Might contain traces of nuts, profanities and mature content (blood, violence, abuse).

Updated sporadically, whenever I'm able.


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@mitchellbravo: Don't worry about forum backlogs! I'm glad you're in your new home! I've had some badly life-changing events happening lately so I've been AFK for some time too. We need to catch up later but ugh, what is it with our summers and bad news. :(

I have a feeling if my characters actually read my comics their interaction/requests/critique would be worse than that of most of the clients I ever had... :P
@Oly-RRR: Ugh real life is impacting super hard -_- I'm catching up on backlogs of forum posts from weeks up to a month ago... on the bright side I'm finally well settled in (a few things need to be acquired but it feels properly like home now so) and I've been able to work on the coming scene!!!!!

Yeah it's like one of those moments where maybe on a better day you can just put it behind you and move past and kind of laugh it off but it's hitting Leicester right in the heart today :( :(

LOL. God, now I'm imagining a universe where the characters we create can actually read the comic and interact with us (you know, not just in our minds in imagination-make-make form....) XD
@Oly-RRR: That would be a really fun idea for a short comic, actually! POULTERCOP. Hahaha, you’d go from a despondent, bloodied ghost who wanders around looking sad, all the way down to the other end of the spectrum with a poultergeist throwing things around and vandalizing random objects.
And then he’ll go to Liecester’s house and light his stove on fire.

And you’re welcome! <3 <3
June 26th, 2018
@BettyFontaine: Haha, yeah, I occasionally entertain the idea of "maybe I should update on DA again" but nooo, not yet.

And thank you! X)
June 26th, 2018
@Lutztoons: I spent way too much time pondering if that would technically make him a Poltergeist Copper and which police trainee is fuelling his powers with TEH HORMONES then. XD This station could use a less apathetic ghost!

And thank you!! <3

Great, I'm looking forward to it! <3 Take your time, your pages always turn out great and it's a real treat to see them in my inbox!
June 25th, 2018
@Lutztoons: Guilt is a weird thing, especially if you don't really talk about it, it's so easy to be your own judge and executioner. Leicester is good at things he actually does but of course he focuses on the things he doesn't do.

Bless you, thinking Kane is the only one vandalising the station - some of those people might even work there... :D

Batching IS great but the next batch is larger and the next couple of weeks are shaping up busy so there might be a longer pause again. I definitely want to get it done sooner rather than later!
June 25th, 2018
@kayotics: He should have become a fireman and then he could walk in like that and nobody would think twice of it. B)
June 25th, 2018
@mitchellbravo: HIIII YOU'RE ALIVE <333 I was starting to worry you got eaten by Real Life and/or your students! And I'm trying to embrace batching but uh, not sure how soon I'll finish the next one.

And yeaaah, I was drawing this and thinking how I haven't raised any human children but I relate to that so much. 8[

Parks hasn't read the old chapter he was in so he has no idea of how bad it can get ...yet. <:D
Nooooo Liecester, you’re not useless! You even saved the Queen from ninjas and everything! But really, when things go wrong, it can be difficult to keep from blaming yourself for all of it, even when there’s no logical reason to feel that way. Poor guy, he needs a hug. Also, I love the way his belly compresses when he’s hunched over!

Hahaha, idiot cola, I wonder if Kane is the one who added that little detail, seeing as he has no qualms about scratching profanity onto doors!

And I don’t think Kane is going to be hearing the end of it, now that he’s done more than just bump into Nutter...

And I’m loving these more frequent updates! Looks like the batching is doing well for you!!! <3
Poor Leicester... At least clean up before you actually go to work. You look like a mess, bud.
I think Leicester feels about the same way I did last night when we spent 2 hours roasting a chicken only to discover 30 mins before serving that we'd neglected to remove the *plastic* bag of giblets in its cavity and had to throw the whole meal out EXCEPT AT LEAST OURS WASN'T ON FIRE

(also this page after the previous page's flashback is particularly poignant <3 <3 <3 <3)

Lmao I get the feeling Parks' Nutter-Sense is tingling but not enough for him to go on full patrol-alert D: D: D:

June 25th, 2018
Don't you hate that feeling when everything around you seems like your own fault.

@Lutztoons: John's deal is that he lives between two different worlds - he doesn't bring work home (which is a common coping strategy for police officers, especially the ones with children) but he also keeps his family life as far way from work as possible. He doesn't always do it gracefully but that's definitely better to show than tell. <:D

And guilt is such a weird thing... Logically Leicester being there when Houston was born wouldn't matter much (CP is caused either way before or during/shortly after birth and mostly can't be prevented by doctors, let alone a father being there). And I know stories of fathers being late/absent when their kid was born that become funny family legends - but this ain't the one. I think the thing with guilt is that we get some unfortunate phrase or less than perfect decision tied to a sad event and then we keep projecting it again and again, even if there isn't much actual logic behind it. Ifs and buts and all...

Speaking of that I'm feeling kinda guilty I couldn't fit some happier stuff in this chapter - the Leicesters are actually one of the happier more functional families of Cop Story! This chapter just wasn't built to hold a lot of happy stuff. All the more reasons to draw on!
@Oly-RRR: You're welcome! I'd love to see even more pages from you, but there's no need to rush it--the thought and care you put into your work really makes it stand out.

Isn't it funny when certain small details jump out at you enough to include them when you revisit an old concept years later? Hahaha, they'll have to keep an eye on those screensavers.

Man, John must be feeling some intense guilt. Blowing off Houston's birth because he had paperwork to do, not knowing the complications, and not seeing many of his seizures looks like it's weighing on him. I'm wondering if he's using work to hide from the reality of the situation. There's a lot of thought-provoking content packed into just one page.

I'd love to know more about them, they're an interesting family! As long as there's no spoilery stuff. XD
@kayotics: Haha, now you see why I couldn't let the calendar go... Though it's best not too think too much about how it all comes together anatomically. XD
Oh my god, I love that calendar, though. That's an incredible boobs and butt pose.
@spiremint: Thank you! :) Well, a part of it was an old idea but it's one of those memories that creep up on Les whenever he's feeling guilty.

The one thing that never changes? Leicester's moustache. 8I
@Lutztoons: Ehehe, thank you! Working on making them at least slightly more frequent than Christmas. :D

That calendar existed since the old draft and I couldn't let go of that ridiculousness so I put the antigravity boobs lady in a flashback (and it looked like she was laughing at me every time I was struggling with something on the page lol). These days the CID dudes just have to get used to changing their desktop wallpapers REALLY FAST.

That wasn't a really big fire, just a lot of bad things happening at the same time (as they tend to). Houston won't remember much besides blacking out and feeling tired later and will continue being his cheery self. His dad is so wound up about it mostly because he doesn't get to see Houston's seizures that often, being the family's only breadwinner and all. And seizures becoming more frequent would be a problem, and it's easier not to think of that possibility when you're off at work dealing with car thefts.

There should be more about all the Leicesters later but it's not exactly spoilers so I wanted to reply now. X)
wow, you really packed a lot into one page with such grace, it's blowing me away! oh how quickly life changes.