Cop Stories

Stories about cops (and secretly a disability bingo). Now slightly more bite-sized than usual!

A Rude Story

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June 23rd, 2016, 9:10 pm

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Oly-RRR, June 23rd, 2016, 9:16 pm

A friendly reminder that all my characters have their arsehole moments. Teague, Michelle, BEHAVE, this isn't Hunger Games. :|

I guess they'll continue this on tumblr...

I was tired of late spring/early summer rain reminding me about this page and now I have different weather reminding me of different pages I'm late with. :P

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arswiss, June 24th, 2016, 11:25 am

Gosh, the details in your pages just blows my mind. Awesome job setting the mood

Oly-RRR, June 24th, 2016, 7:30 pm

@arswiss: Thank you! :)

mitchellbravo, June 24th, 2016, 4:00 pm


Aaahh and the interaction is so perfectly spot on, I can picture her just looking over at him because she RECOGNIZES him and him misinterpreting it because the other way is more common.... aaaahh AAAAAAA

I WAS SO HAPPY TO SEE THIS IN MY UPDATED COMIC LIST AAAAAAAH seriously this has made my day and this is AFTER i already went to the beach and had a fancy cocktail at a restaurant???!!?!?!??!??

Really excited to see where this conversation is going to go :D :D :D (if not now, then like.. in the future when they interact again :P)

Oly-RRR, June 24th, 2016, 7:43 pm

@mitchellbravo: Haha, I think you're the first person (including comments on DA) to mention that staring does happen, even if Teague is being a dickhead now. That doesn't excuse it but... explain it?

There's no second page here buuut they'll definitely be bumping into each other again! SMALL WORLD with not enough parking spaces :c


Lutztoons, March 14th, 2018, 1:27 am

Hey, I spent the last hour or so reading through all of these, and OH MY GOD THEY ARE SO ENTERTAINING. I know most of em are a few years old, but they're still great. I love your lineart, your usage of color, attention to detail, and backgrounds. I really like the way you do expressions in particular. You're really good at showing a wide range of emotion in people.

The interaction on this page is so great. Teague seems like one of those people who's impossible to have an argument with when he gets heated. Then again, he's probably so sick of being stared at that he caught Michelle glancing in his direction and assumed the worst, even if that wasn't her intention. I also love Michelle's twisted-up, annoyed faces in panels 3 and 4. And the little dapples of light on everything!! Such nice details. I dunno, I'm having a hard time forming my thoughts into words, but I just really like all your comics and I'm looking forward to reading more of them!

Oly-RRR, March 14th, 2018, 4:52 pm

@Lutztoons: Hey, thanks for reading! :D Yeah, this was meant as a place for "supplementary" stories and a dumping ground for old old OLD comics some readers might still want to see. I'm mostly working on the revamp of one of those old comics now and I both never want to make that decision again and totally don't regret it. XD

You're spot-on about Teague - he's met his share of jerks in his life but he can be a jerk himself. These kids will get more stories eventually (either when I get through Chapter 1 or sooner).

And thank you for all the kind words again! :)

Lutztoons, March 15th, 2018, 12:04 am

@Oly-RRR: You're welcome!! :3 Even though they're O L D, they're still really good. It's interesting to see how your art has evolved from then to now. I've always liked seeing peoples' old art.

Looking forward to reading more stories with Teague! And by the way, I really like how you present people with CP as regular people, flaws and all, just going through life. Matter of fact, I don't think I've EVER seen this kind of portrayal of people with CP or other disabilities in fiction. I've mainly seen them written as tragic victims who you're supposed to pity, precious angels who can do no wrong, or used as some kind of a "lesson" to the able-bodied people in the story, which are all equally cringey. That's why I like Teague, though--he's written as an actual person who makes mistakes, not as a prop.

And you're welcome! Here's to more kind words coming your way! :3