Otto Wilcox is content with his lackluster life until his fate becomes entangled with that of Jupiter, a robot who's lived on earth since the year 1000 AD.


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Recent Comments

Sometimes less is more.
Otto's foster parent here was an important person to his change toward a better life, but we won't be delving into their story- these few small scenes with her will have to do. :)

And one more cute little Easter egg: the cast on Otto's hand is the same color as Blue's replacement arm in the future.
Does Otto know what Otto wants at this point?
January 11th, 2017
If you cover half of Otto's face in the third panel you'll see that comment did hurt a bit.

I made this page to mimic an earlier one (Chapter03 PG08) as a little Easter egg to emphasize Otto really was in the police station plenty of times.
Good thing he didn't just decide to start wearing gloves.
That logic. Flawless. [Slow clap]
January 7th, 2017
It was for the best, though.
January 5th, 2017
@MidnightMayShowers: Thanks! Got a new page in the works right now. :)
I really loved it thorough out every beautifully detailed and heartfelt page I hope you continue making this masterpiece :) thank you
The Knackles. He will be an antagonist for a sanic forever.

I'm so sorry.
December 22nd, 2016
Otto actually described this incident earlier in the comic (Chapter07 PG07).
From now on, everything will be different for our little Otto.
December 22nd, 2016
Hmm....Otto, I wouldn't call stealing "smart"
December 21st, 2016
Given that he's in a foster home at this point, you can place this interlude after his mother's death.
So glad to see another page! I hope things are starting to settle down for you now.
November 30th, 2016
@artificer urza: I was about to say, intelligence and wisdom are two very different things.
November 29th, 2016
@artificer urza: Very true.
No one is ever smart when they are young. Intelligent, possibly, but never smart.
Otto seems quite square in his youth.
November 28th, 2016
Well, no one said young Otto was very smart.