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Peter and Company

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Genre: Furry
Date Added: 5 April 2005
Last Update: 11 May 2015
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Current Comic Ranking: 59/23731
Views This Month: 1188   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 203   (More...)
Favourite of: 196 members
Status: Normal (?)

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Peter, an adolescent cat, is having difficulty keeping friends when suddenly a new friend walks into his life in the form of Seth, a white-suited duck. Peter enjoys spending time with Seth, but soon realizes that he is the only one who can see him. Seth is known simply as a "Guardian." Other characters have Guardians as well, but the only people who can see them are the children who are already made aware of them.

Current synopsis by: Ann Vole
Current image by: PeterAndCompany

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The first Peter & Company Collection Book is now available for sale through Amazon. Check out the P&C website for the links to purchase a copy. Included in the book are the first 100 online comics (with the full-page comics updated in full color), as well as a 9-page exclusive prequel comic detailing the events leading up to the online story.
I'm having some issues with my webhost, so currently the site seems to have vanished (and brings up a 404 error). I'm working with the host to get it back up and running, but it may take a few days. So yes, the site isn't gone, it's just MIA at the moment.
Lupin 5/5
There's a lot of zaniness that reminds me of the cartoons that I would watch growing up. As opposed to the more serious cartoons today. I get a nostalgic feeling when I read this. Jon is gifted in the sense where you feel something while reading this. When the mood is light you feel happy and when it's serious you feel sad. The strongest aspect is the emotions that he makes you feel and the emotions that you see on the faces of the characters. This is one of the best web comics I've seen so far.
Changed the site layout yet again, and once again it threw the bot out of sync. The site's being updated, even if it isn't showing up here.
I changed the site format from an HTML base to a PHP base, but something went screwy with the bot on here (and hasn't been fixed as of this post). So even though it isn't showing it on this site, the strips are still being updated. Just so everyone knows.
newt_blue 3/5
Some of the first strips resembled C&H a lot, but I think if you keep reading it, this comic evovles. I like the art, and it gives a nice twist to "imaginary friends"
To the author -
Well, I did not mean to insinuate -literal- plagiarism, I just noticed a very distinct similarity in a few strips. No hard feelings.
xHamsterGirlx 5/5
ok krabat, did u even READ the strip??? calvin and peter do share a little likeness in the idea (a kid with his imagnary friend), but beyond that they r completly different. if u took the time to read more than just a few, u'd know that.
Having a similar flavor and being a direct rip-off are two different things. People have said in the past that my work reminded them of Watterson's, and I take it as a compliment; but while I am flattered to be compared to C&H, it upsets me (as any artist would be) when you accuse me of plagiarism.
krabat 2/5
I really enjoyed this comic... back when it was called Calvin and Hobbes. I mean really, some of the strips seem to be Calvin and Hobbes strips with new drawings thrown on top of them.
Quick item of news; Jon P is back from a break, and according to his front page is now updating Peter & Company three times a week.
EalaDubh 4/5
This is a comic produced with newspaper syndication in mind; therefore, speed and clarity are important. Hence, the bold brush strokes and lack of colour. Jon is training himself to be able to keep to the newspaper schedule of a complete comic strip drawn from scratch every single day that will reproduce well on paper.
Diana Kennedy 3/5
I like the premise very much and the stories too. But as for the art, there seems to be a huge quality-difference between the Logos /Ads and the comic itself. First are in colour, done with care and the art in the strips looks like it was done in a hurry, with merely scetch-like lines. Why that? Could be so much better!

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