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Of course, not every right wing is pro-life and every left wing is pro-body, but a huge majority are on the same page. People, stop being blind.

Stop generating an aggression to other people just for having different opinions. Right and left, are just different sides of the same coin.

Open your mind — listen to others arguments, build a constructive dialog, be ready to change your believes if you'll see that you were wrong.

Being wrong isn't bad, your entire life won't dissolve if you will change your view at it. To the author: I don't know if you'll ever read this, but if you do — please, make a continuation or a series out of such topics.

Continuation would be lovely, but oh well, its your choice. I wish you people would stop using Zootopia to dramatize political and rough topics.

Make your own characters if you want to tell a story like this. In the end all you did was get turned into a meme and bring attention negatively to the fanbase and franchise.

Which could make Disney decide to give up on future projects like a second film. Stop being creepy ass furries. Just fucking leave a good thing alone.

I agree that this is nothing but furry weirdness tho. It literally goes "I need to tell you something" "ok" "I'm pregnant" "I love you!

This comic was drama filled sure, but not great. Both sides have thier holes in the argument and with sides have thier moments of being assholish.

There was no rights, no compromise, just all wrongs. This comic felt like it was written for the express purpose to pull at heart strings, not actual story telling.

So glad the comic didn't make the woman out to be the bad person and shame her. Oh wait, that's exactly what it did.

It took no consideration for the life changes that would happen that she's not ready for. Not to mention, Nick is a selfish, lazy jerk. He would definitely not be helpful if she had the baby.

If he walks out that easily on her now, imagine once there is a child to be responsible for. She'd end up yet another single mother due to a deadbeat who is selfish and only thinking of himself.

I loved this. Yeah, a guy's reactions could go either way. A woman's decision to be honest could go either way. This was just one of a myriad ways it could turn out, so it's not 'shit'.

It's honest and stark. Now, for ME, I think Nick is in the wrong. He isn't thinking about what he's asking of her, what he's asking her to risk.

HE takes no risk whatsoever in going forward.. If he really loves her, he'll finally realize this and go back. If not, she made the right decision, anyway.

Oh my God.. I'm almost in tears!! This was the funniest fuckin comic ive read in ages. The macabre yet familiar reality reflected in this comic.

Wow Just. This comic was so bad it gave me ptsd flashbacks back to the abortion clinic where i almost didnt make it.

This is som pretty hecked up stuff and whoever made it needs seriouse mental help. This is prove that there is no God. This is prove that there is no meaning to life and that once we die we simply fall into a deep dark nothingness.

LMAO omg this has got to be one f the most hilarious and shitty things I have ever seen. If there are people who actually take this seriously and are amazed by it or sad then… Wow… But it gave me a good laugh.

How you think that child is gonna go through life being in their own category? Let alone Nick having to support both Judy and a baby no one in history will know what medical or behaviors issues that might pop up raising the child.

This made me sad Nick and Judy were amazing together and I hope they get back and figure this out regardless.

Everything I think about this has already been said. But gotta give credit to the author for the artwork, which is pretty fantastic.

Good meme material as well. Go on now, go walk out the door Just turn around now 'Cause you're not welcome anymore Weren't you the one who tried to break me with goodbye?

Did you think I'd crumble? Did you think I'd lay down and die? Oh no not I, I will survive. Argument invalid, they're different species completely.

Would've been a miscarriage or could kill Judy or they would've had a mutant baby, she was in the right. The slap was out of nowhere and absolutely stupid, and just a horrible, manipulative sympathy piece for Nick.

Religion is literally nowhere in the film. Style was great. Fuck this artist. He made Nick into an utter asshole who cared more about an unborn mutant baby than his loving wife who was honest enough to communicate this with him.

It doesn't matter if you think it was "out of nowhere" and "completely stupid". She hit him. She's not a loving wife.

She's abusive. She hits him and tries to excuse it as losing her temper. She hit him hard enough to knock him down and leave scratch marks.

No excuses. He was right to leave. She didn't really want to talk- she just wanted to fight. This was hard to see, Judy was totally out of character and a total asshole… I mean, if it was her "decision" to abort, then Nick had the same righ to "decide" to leave, decisions have consequences, and sometimes they can be terrible… anyways this reminds me another zootopia comic where Judy is pregnant and gives birth to four hybrid babies, it was a lot better than this one.

Nick was totally out of character and an asshole too. He was a hussler on the streets practically lying to innocent people for money with 0 guilt and suddenly he's religious, scolding Judy about sin.

Judy slapped Nick for like no reason besides to manipulate the feelings of the reader and Nick focused on when she mentioned her career even once, y'know, after saying how she and the baby could probably die in childbirth.

It's so full of OOC inconsistency. Soooo no one's gonna point how hella Christian Nick is all of a sudden. Do these animals have their own Jesus or religious idols???

If so how does that all work with their dynamic?! When they die is there a heaven or hell for specific species??? Cause I'm This needs to established!

Which just opens up another weird can of worms. Is Christianity in the Zootopiaverse a Lapine religion? Are there massive schisms around the species of the savior?

Does every species practice their own religion or do even predators worship a Lapine Messiah? Let him go. She doesn't have to give birth to a baby she doesn't want.

They have the ability to reabsorb thier embryos if they are not in a good place to have babies. If the conditions are not right.

You guys completely missed the point of the comic, only focusing on the characters' roles in it. So leaving your wife because she doesn't want to carry a potential mutant child that will probably kill her and the baby is a missed point?

When they can easily adopt? There's a message that isn't able to be brought across by using two different species of animals. The context in the story matters because regardless of the message, the projection of it was dreadful.

You can make a comic about how rape is bad and make a horrible projection of it. Just essentially, you think it's good to leave someone who cared about you most because of a selfish want for something that will more than likely kill them.

Then fine, I'm leaving! Adoption doesn't exist. Ignoring the artistic licence involving the possibility of interspecies impregnation, I don't understand the concern that Judy would somehow give birth to an "abomination" or, that the pregnancy would have a life threatening effect on her own well-being.

If the pregnancy was never meant to be, wouldn't her body terminate it? Your analogy doesn't make sense, comparing a growing fetus to a malignant growth.

We just need to end this conversation. The problem lies simply in that we're suspending our belief, trying to apply logic to what is, even within a fictional context, a farfetched feat: a fox successfully impregnating a rabbit.

I literally told you to end the conversation, and you still came back with an insult and to delete your comment so I won't further "twist your words".

Talk about "dense". But it's fine. Be angry that I highlighted the flaws of your analogy. And your analogy isn't parallel.

What you didn't take into consideration is that the body may detect that something is very wrong, in one of the earliest stages of pregnancy it being a "mutant" occurrence , resulting in a miscarriage.

This is all before significant harm could occur. The concern I'm arguing against doesn't even take into account all the developmental hurdles a fetus would have to vault before getting to a point where it would become a significant health threat.

But none of that is ever taken into consideration. Instead, everyone simply fears that the baby will grow and grow until death or great damage occurs.

I'm not even gonna read your second dense paragraph. Your actually twisting my words and being a cunt. End of conversation, right? Never did I insult, or try to belittle you; you immediately flew off the handle when you read something you didn't like.

You're the only cunt. You realize I didn't like anything you've written right? When you twist the meanings of my words to make me look like a dick I'll act like one.

I didn't twist anything. You made a comparison, and I argued against it. Trying to make you look "like a dick".

That's cute. I countered your statement, everything I said pertained only to said statement, and you immediately interpreted that opposition as a full on attack on your character.

I don't know why I'm arguing against someone who thinks it's okay to draw a comparison between cancer and a failing pregnancy when I didn't do anything of the sort.

This is a moral issue for you. That's not my place. I'm not gonna take the abuse of it. Are you serious? That's what YOU did!

It's the reason the argument began in the first place. Your analogy made no sense. And now you're assuming my standing on the abortion issue… All emotional flare without a hint of rationality.

That's the order of internet arguments today. Good job. Right now, either you're really stupid or have really bad comprehension skills.

I wouldn't be surprised if both because now, you can comment on a hot topic and you act like it's such a surprise someone disagrees.

It's ironic you want to accuse me of twisting words, when you're now attempting to take words spewwed from your mouth and put them into mine.

I mean, I didn't say that cancer and a bad pregnancy were comparable. You did. I said that the body's inability to cancel either of them were.

You again, twisted my words. You made them into something that made you right and me into an ass. Actually, the whole purpose of me posting the initial comment was to get a different opinion.

All I got was an emotional person who immediately resorted to ad hominems when I made my first counter. My point was that a pregnancy and cancer even shouldn't have been mentioned together as IF to compare them.

It's a different process to "cancel" either of them, and you failed to take that into consideration. That is what you did.

So I had a reason to assume that's what you were doing. Had you given me a reasonable response instead of the emotional stupidity you are now, I would have simply carried on with you until we could have reached a resolution in the debate.

If I wanted to make you out to be an "ass" or a "dick" I would have simply done so. But you've already done a good enough job of that yourself.

That's okay. At least at the end of the day, I still know how to organize my arguments like a rational debater. All you have on the other hand are your emotions.

I really don't care if I reinforced your fight against fierce insecurity that you're better than someone on the internet.

Doesn't change others opinions on you, which is what you've seemed more focused on in the argument. Also, if you were worried about be being viewed as an ass, you're a tad too late.

I've read your responses to others here. Slandering the artist because he wrote a bad story? Good show.

Because Nick wants her to go through with a pregnancy that will more than likely kill Judy and her baby. If you're with Judy, you tolerate hitting your partner for saying something you don't like, and then pleading that you just "lost your temper".

Well, that was dark as fuck. I just went through a very tough breakup not for those same reasons , and that last sentence hit me hard.

Even an apparently everlasting love that has triumphed over the odds and many challenges may eventually come to an end. They should've talked before she had the abortion, it's his child too.

Also my body my rules? At 6 weeks the child has a heart beat and is recognised by the government as a human being. So it's not your body. If you don't want the child, give birth and give it away to some one who can't have children.

THIS,this so much! I've seen women devalue a babys life at that point by calling it a "parasite! Once artificial wombs are ready for human use,it should be mandatory for abortion to become a whole new thing where you give away the "Thing" you hate oh so much instead of "terminating" it.

Also:If you have unprotected sex and get knocked up,don't kill the bloody baby to run from your mistake. Take responsibility.

Nice job! I really enjoyed this comic! It was great to see the situation from Nick's perspective a bit more and really experience is disappointment.

I am glad he left. I think this will benefit a lot of males in this situation. I'm not terribly fond like how it ended.

I am glad that it was kept solemn abortion is a solemn topic for all but it would have been better to me to see how Nick would face the challenge of finding someone better.

My God this comic sucks and I don't care what a single person says. I dont like it at all and if you argue with me about it then you're trying to argue about a fucking web cartoon and that's stupid.

Excuse me, but this comic requires a high iq to truly understand, for example, you could look at nick's nihilistic view of life, compared to how judy's outlook on life relates to a strict daoist view on life, making the comic have way more depth than any mere work of literature, such as moby dick or grendel.

If arguing about a web cartoon is "stupid" wouldn't having such strong feelings about the same web comic be stupid? So you giving your opinion is fine, but someone else giving an opinion which is against your own is stupid???

How ignorant. So giving your opinion is fine, but someone else giving their opinion which is against yours is stupid??? So you're telling us not to argue with you over a comic you think is stupid even though it apparently wasn't so stupid that you could comment on it?

Yeah great way to make women feel like shit for wanting to pursue their own dreams. What do you want for casting unwanted pregnancies in such a shitty light?

Hopefully not a medal. Man I wanted to kill myself but since I saw comic I for some reason feel happiness. My dad came back home my mom is safe also my dead Grandma came back to life.

Straight A's in my classes. I recommend everyone to read this comic. It saved my life. Ahh I want a resolution!

Excuse me but may I ask why the fuck did a fox fuck a rabbit? I love how this is anti abortion but it literally has more good points for judys decision and just makes nick look like an asshole who doesn't respect his girlfriend.

So guys are just supposed to roll over and play nice? Throw their opinions and views out the window to appeal to their significant other? I stand with Nick in this comic because he stood up for himself.

I also understand why Judy stood by her own choice, as it was something that she truly believed in. This isn't sad at all. Nick is being completely unreasonable.

He has no right to tell her to have that child. He can ask her to put it up for adoption or he can care for it alone , but he can't make her keep it.

She says it herself, that she wouldn't used birth control had she known conception were even possible. She's allowed to make whatever choice she wants provided the laws don't require the father's permission.

But let's be real, if he loved her which he clearly doesn't he would accept what she's saying or find a way to work through it. By that logic the courts and even a mother have no right to make a man pay child support for a child he doesn't want.

Meanwhile, it's good that he got out of there, because she hits him when she loses her temper. So he doesn't listen or communicate properly, and she uses physical violence.

Bad relationship indeed. Wow — and here I thought the only comment notifications I would get from ZNN until I commented again on a newer post would be the occasional spambot on older articles XD.

Am I the only one that doesn't think this is prolife? She presents prochoice, he presents prolife, and they both give compelling arguments that cant convince the other due to each others firm beliefs in their personal set of morals.

That is the discussion. And that's okay, its okay to mention the discussion, to talk about it, to engage and hear both sides.

It doesn't make you a bad person to TALK. Holy crap. Why waste your artistic skill on such propoganda garbage? Oh no, it might kill me to birth a monster!

Wtf is this shit. Awesome art, and fairly decent writing. Thanks for making this comic! I mean don't think that I love it for it's message and how it broke my heart I mean you'd be out of this world if you thought so, no hate lol.

It's a great meme. I don't know what Borba was actually going for so it's hard to say whether s he missed the mark. But I'll proceed as though it's actual commentary about parental abortion rights and differing opinions.

Having read a lot of comments on this, I agree it could have been done more realistically — it was kind of severe so it read like a Chick Tract in a lot of ways — but I didn't think it was awful.

In the end, I think the point being made was that a baby is a baby as soon as someone wants it, so if the father wants it but the mother doesn't, and the law allows her complete control, he can feel a great sense of loss.

Judy doesn't see it as a baby yet because she's not far along, but Nick sees it as a baby right away because he wants to be a father.

Judy scratches Nick because she wants to terminate a dangerous pregnancy, but he calls her a baby killer. A common thought in the comments is that pro-choice people as represented by Judy are logical and supported by science while pro-life people Nick base everything on emotion or religion, but I don't agree.

Here Judy is basing everything on fear; the only science involved was her preg test. And those are true possibilities, but there is no reasonable basis in acting as though they WILL come to pass.

Zootopia is technologically advanced so if the pregnancy actually DID start to threaten Judy's health it could be detected and treated or prevented.

Nick is actually being the more reasonable one here in that his argument is that she can't know yet what will happen.

He leaves her because he sees it as a baby, and his baby. Well, regardless of whether you think it's a baby now, it could become one and it would be his, so he's taking her decision very personally.

Pretty OOC for Judy though. I only saw the movie once but she seems to have an insurmountable drive, so it seems fear shouldn't influence her so.

But maybe she's driven to decide now while it still 'isn't a baby' and it's still her autonomous choice. She does seem to prefer being well in control of her life.

Also if someone wants to discuss this I'll go by KF. I know I posted Anon but I'm only in here for the fun of discussion.

Oh, but he wants a baby so much he wants to take that risk. I love how this is written as if Judy's main concern is her career, while her potential death and bringing a suffering deformed child to this world are just some minor inconveniences.

Are people really giving this comic flack for being pro-life? I think this comic is very open to interpretation. Nick and Judy both give very good arguments for their decisions.

This is one of those things that I feel is meant to speak to you the way you want it to. I felt that this was made just to start arguments and the internet turned it into a Meme on purpose to make the situation light.

Because if the child is born, the law tries to rule in the best interest of the child, and that includes access to resources the father can provide.

As to why he can't make her get an abortion, that is something it'd be interesting to debate. This is Absolutly Amazing comic!!! I Cannot belive that I would live to see something like this!

Soooo, first in going to say I am here for the memes and this is utterly retarded. Idc about what 12 year old boy is going to say but first of all, what kind of person would say "my body, my rules" first if all, you should of used protection in the first place.

But as I said, I am here for the memes…. Just get over it and don't say a word. I mean: Hey honey, I'm pregnant with our child, but I'm gonna kill it cuz I don't want to have it.

This was very well drawn and has a great script. This is to realistic it hurts. I'm not even pro-life I lean to pro-life more, but I feel if the woman must in because she cannot give them a good life, it is fine.

It's incredible. It really has a great argument. Nice one! Hey guys make sure to check out my meme page crucialemojigene on instagram. Me and my boy have been posting some great content on there and you're going to love it.

We're about to post a meme even of this comic. See you guys on there! I really can't believe how people look at this comic so blandly. Not a slight bit if in depth.

What Judy did wrong, and what caused her to loose Nick, was that she put a career before a life of an unborn baby, a baby whose father should have a say in this.

If Judy said she was afraid that the baby would kill her and leave it at that, Nick probably would have agreed. I really hate how you have to scroll all the way to the bottom to leave a comment.

I been seeing panels of this comic everywhere and people using it to in memes. So i finally decided to give it a read and what i must say is, it struck me very hard.

Really resonate with the soul. I am a supporter of pro-choice but even i see the meaning in the comic. It's not a choice to be taken lightly and can be devastating on some people but life isn't always gonna be as easy as a Disney cartoon.

Look I'm all up for pro-choice but like if my husband was ever rendered infertile but then I become pregnant out of nowhere with only him being the man that laid with me, I wouldn't care if it was clinically proven to possibly kill me, wound me, be born retarded, or ruin my career as a nurse, I'd have that lil shit.

Wow, people are really overreacting here. Why are you thinking that the artist tried to convey a message? All I see are 2 people with understandable viewpoints.

I can fully understand Nick's desire to have the child that develops in Judy's womb against all odds, just as I can understand Judy's fear to give everything up if she has the baby.

People who are pro-life will say that Judy is egoistical, people who are pro-choice will say that Nick unfairly punishes Judy. But guess what: That's not the point!

Fiction doesn't intend to always portray a fair world. Fiction aims at telling a story. Not more, not less.

I think that given their viewpoints, both characters were believable, and that's what makes the story believable, disregarding my own opinion on the subject.

Im with Nick on this argument. If Judy was absolutely certian about not wanting Nick's children, they whould have had the talk long before.

As long as there is. Im glad she told Nick about it, but her reasoning other than the childs size is purely selfish. This was not what i expected of Judy's character at all.

She wasn't thinking rationally, and i hate the argument about "my body, my choice". As for Nick, good on him for not compromising on his morals.

If she does go through with the abortion, he could never forgive himself for going along with it , and worse, this one instance would be a giant fissure in their relationship for the rest of their lives even if they decided to stay together.

I can't help but laugh at this comic, not because it's bad, but because I just think about brendaniel's arbys version. Let's look at the surface.

A rabbit and a fox are so geneticaly different that fertilization would not occur. Also, the use of children's cartoon characters is odd for this topic.

Now let's look at the message that the comic is attempting portray. Its obviously showing the tragedy that an accidental pregnancy can bring.

So is it saying abortion wrong? Probably, but it's mixed in with a bunch of other things, like partner loyalty and such.

If the mother and father are separated, and one wants the baby, they should be allowed to take it, and the other not have to pay child support.

If neither want it, abortion is fine, and if both want it, then mother should have the child as an infant, and let the father at least see his child.

Once the child is older, a regular alternation of custody should be set in place. If the couple wish to stay together, an agreement has to be made.

No penalties should be held against either parents, unless one raped the other, or the father's semen was taken from him. It would be a heck of alot easier if they were rational.

Honestly, whatever thats in her womb isnt a baby yet, and i get that most spiritualidts will disagree with me on that. But fact of the matter is, that little embyro is only as living as the experiences it have had, and it isnt capable of percieving so.

In my eyes, you are only alive when you can experience, what you see, what you feel, what you hear.. But before that, having needless emotions for it will be wasteful and unnessisarily harmful.

Also, if i may get a little antsy about a small thing here is that i dont think nicks nature is percieved too well in the comic. A lot of you guys are taking this too seriously.

But all in all this is fiction and told pretty well so give the author a break I think its heart felt and a little sad in the movie u can tell they started felling more than friends so its not a stretch for the internet to ship nick and Judy's relationship.

So all u damn trolls get over ur self. Here's my comment on this topic: I read the description of the comic at the very beginning, I mentally prepared myself for it, I saw it, I read it, and I loved it!

Simple as that. Then I started reading the comment section and that's when the palm of my hand hit my face with brute force yes, I tried to say "I facepalmed myself".

I don't have a clue what's gotten inside the minds of all these "fans" and "know-it-all's", talking about rights and everything, and some even going off topic… I love the emotional impact that this thing has, and I gladly accept the choice that Nick made, because the first thought that came into my head is that in his shoes I would've done something pretty similar, despite my love for Judy.

Just imagine yourself a man whose sole dream is to become a loving father devoted to his family, and then that dream gets stepped on like a piece of trash on the street… By the very person you truly love and devoted your life to… Exactly.

It's a hard choice to make, but the way the story unfolded in this comic — I honestly felt as if Nick got brutally stabbed in the back and then left to rot on the cold ground.

If Judy didn't go so hard on him, he might still consider returning to her, which I hope to see. But with an ending like that, I slightly doubt it….

Still, awesome comic. It's gonna keep me depressed and thinking for a while… That means it was worth reading it! Congrats to its creator.

My thoughts have actually changed like a week ago. I am pro life now for certain reasons. Yes, you might wanna "save" your baby from poverty, being born into this world, or you might not even want it at all but are still killing an innocent life.

Although whether it should be a crime, idk. I know women's rights are at stake but they need to start making better choices if they didn't want to carry that life in them in the first place.

Recently my mind has changed, probably a week ago so I'm pro life now. I know you might want to have an abortions due to reasons like poverty, coming into a world like this or you just want the baby.

This might be a risk towards women's rights but they should should start making better choices if they didn't want to. I know there are certain cases like maybe rape or incest rarely so I don't know how that can be handled but that's my thoughts now and it can't be changed.

I thought before that's since it's the women's body, they should have the right. But people do things to their body that might not always be right.

I dislike this comic because of 4 reasons 1. Nick is petty af and just leaves her for making her own concious choice about her life.

The baby, even though impossible, would likely die within the first month of birth because of genetic inconsitsncies. The general tone of the comic is overpandering to put people in the position of pro choice, even choosing to make things much more over dramatic than it has to be.

Maybe offered to be a stay at home dad so she could continue with her career. Maybe get her to spend some time with the other interspecies couples to show how beautiful their babies were.

I would've like if it were to continue from where it ended, just yo know what would happen to them… Like, Judy changed her mind or Nick does something crazy and goes back to her or anything really… This ending is a cliffhanger for me to be honest.

Ok the work is reeeeeally well, I just don't think this is judy. Judy would have been hyped and happy, not think about her career on top of everything!!

Also abortion? That's not judy, judy wouldn't make up her mind on this! She would have seek help with nick and meet couples with the same issue!

The Judy he portrays here is not the Judy from zootopia, I don't like the story.. I thought the art was amazing and the storyline was definitely well fleshed out and gripping.

Well done, creator! Love the art, and while I'm not sure the artist meant for this to be the message, I think it really drives home the idea that one should NOT have sex with anti-abortionists, and one should always always ALWAYS find out one's partner's stand regarding abortion before engaging in any activities that could even possibly result in offspring.

I like the fact that the person actually put in some realistic problems in the comic. It's good. It's a depressing topic I'll say that but it is good.

While all these ignoramuses fail to understand it so b it. But humans are who they are. Argumentative, judgementa but what else can b done. This is good art.

And well thought out. Same happens to me,but it was me who wasnt wanted to be father, we had the baby. Was a heavy situation but we get over it.

It's realistic they played their parts and i like it. Should be a part 2 where they find out it's possible for her to have a safe pregnancy and she has a bunny with a fox tail and gives it to a family who can't have kids.

And they stay in its life. I agree with some people. Nic was out of character. He basically asked her to try to carry a mutated baby that might kill her or die unborn.

Her life is at risk. Like she said interspecies was rare. That's like asking some one to take a bullet for them and see if you live.

I like how both arguments were presented, though I agree with what some others have said, that perhaps Judy would be the more excited one, here, while Nick would be worried about being a father, but eh.

Interesting take on things. Judy has a very valid worry about how this baby could be too much for her body to bear, though, so the arguments aren't on equal footing if we were to compare this to a situation between two humans.

Also, holy crap all these people saying this is 'pro life propaganda' just because this comic dared to let the pro-life person talk instead of censoring their point of view.

Grow up. Fck, what happened, what's judy decision? Featured Stories. October 10, Are you ready for a comic from this guy? Are you ready for the most controversial comic the fandom has ever seen?

Then brace yourselves for the highly debated and much-discussed comic, I Will Survive! And it does not have a happy ending.

That said, major props to Borba , not only for deciding to tackle such a hot-button topic, but for deciding to stick to it even after getting a lot of hate for it.

You have a story to tell, and you see it through to the end. I definitely look forward to whatever comes next for you, Borba! You can find the comic over on Deviantart , or read the full thing in its entirety after the break!

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Guess Borba seeks to take Meads crown as "King of Zootopian feels". On a scale of 10 to 10 how retarded are you to think this is sad?

Here I come, King of Memes. Do you have enough image macros in stock? I wonder if this is getting a part 2 or somethign because holy fuck this is some heavy shit.

To find this sad you would need an IQ of at most the number of pages this comic has. That's what happends when you don't go to elf practice.

Shut up if you don't have anything nice to say don't say it. Dude wtf how dare you express your opinion that's like evil shit right there.

Why couldn't the fan base of this movie stick to furry porn? I think now they're arguing about abortion in the guise of a zootopia fanfic.

I like it Even though it's sad But it's intresting. Although its not finished, you probably could put there in the third position: That's how real love looks like" I think….

That said, I want to repost something I posted in the discussion on DeviantArt: "I respect Borba for going through with this. Props to you for being an adult and taking this dumb shit seriously.

How socially stunted do you have to be to think this is realistic. This was typed on an iPad. Wish I could back and fix the typos :c.

The way I previously put it was like this: Most fanfiction is inherently out-of-character simply by evolving the characters past where they were in the movie; when the character is changed organically or not , they become OOC.

And this comic has the longest comment ever since znn was created cmiiw. Err… At least that was all I got from the whole thing….

We're all here to have fun. We need to remind ourselves to ACT like it! And if some ppl are triggered by this comic, then you didnt understand the movie at all.

I need next part please tell me there more too big of a cliff hanger. So A man should stay in a relationship he won't be happy in?

It was made by a single person not the government, calm down. Claims to be pro life Is a fictional fox fucking a fictional rabbit.

Oh my god, this is actually trending on Twitter now. What has this world come to? This just goes to prove their are nogoodreligions.

ALSO someone said this looks like a junji ito comic and honestly? Ok, but why even? The art is good, but the writing and premise is on level of middle-schoolers.

The art is good. The rest was…uh…well, no comments. The only reason this is even getting compliments is because of the art.

Even if these weren't animals, and were human, this would still be nonsense. Seek the truth. Open your mind.

Be human. This comic is the hottest of garbage. It's a flaming tire fire of epic proportions. Ironic, coming from a man named Dick Albeit, my own name is pretty funny in this case….

Let alone the amount of hate crimes, teasing, segragation. As well as Juby and the child being viewed as some science experiment.

That's the difference to way Judy's mom had her. Nick isn't looking at this child or the over all out come in long term.

Howdy Doo, fellow kids. Just checking out the new meme. Already a deviant? Log In. I like this a lot better than some other comics of yours XD.

Not everything I do is controversial by itself! MrAcrizzy Student Filmographer. Judy looks beautiful and attractive in makeup. I love her red lips the best.

No, but oh well xD. Doitsuki Hobbyist General Artist. Fuck the make-up! Nothing beats the natural beauty!

Emar4art Hobbyist Artist. Judy looks beautiful. DragonKnightGamer Hobbyist Artist. When it comes to Judy, anything goes. Maybe, but what came to my attention was Nick's willingness in stay side by side with her, even in situations where he obviously could gotten rid of that annoying bunny cop.

An example of this was when they were investigating Mr. Big's limo and Nick finds out to whom the car belonged.

Nick could have fooled Judy and left her behind in order for her to be captured by the pair of polar bears. Instead, he grabbed Judy by the waist and tried to escape with her.

To me, it looks like it was actually Nick who had a crush on Judy, even if he did not admit it. Judy only started to see Nick with fresh eyes in Rainforest District, after he came out in her defense and faced Chief Bogo.

Exactly, which is more of a good show on why Nick and Judy are perfect for each other. Especially when Judy forced Nick to stay with her through black mail, and when Nick finally had done what he was supposed to do and gave her the information she wanted and tried to leave she throws the pen over the fence so he couldn't get to it XD typical girls when they have crushes X3.

This is one of those jokes that related to those PETA protests about testing makeup on animals, right?

Nick I could see more likely being the one who would be uncomfortable with the thought of a child to raise, especially if he was distant from his own parents and didn't believe himself a good role model for it, but being pulled along by Judy's optimism as he has he'd probably be more willing to take the chance just for her alone.

Altogether I definitely think other characters would have been better to portray a struggle like this, perhaps with a scene to link them to other Zootopia characters like Nick and Judy but different mammals in their own right because this is so beyond the style of the characters used that it couldn't possibly actually be the rabbit and fox we all know from the movie.

This is what I thought. That they have their views switched? Nick would be arguing that it might be a monster and he doesn't want to lose her.

And Judy saying how happy she is and everything will work out if they work hard enough. Honestly, I could see Judy and Nick in these portrayals — though I do agree, they are very exaggerated or at least, certain aspects are.

It also seems believable to me, considering how things went in the span of, like, 10 minutes. However, I like to think that, at some point, they would have calmed down enough to not let this happen, but at the same time, I have to applaud Borba for sticking to his guns, and not wussing out with any sort of happy ending.

I also appreciate one of the messages this comic conveys — that being that if you don't have open communication with your significant other and that could be applied, to a lesser extent, to any friends or family , it can blow up in your face eventually.

For a guy like me, where communication like that does not come naturally at all , this message is most definitely welcome.

Everyone said what I wanted to already. An unbalanced comic about different types of strawmen at different points in the comic, inconsistent characterization, horribly fumbled sociopolitical grandstanding that, oddly, can't decide where it wants to grandstand, soap opera levels of melodramatic cheese and nothing of any redeeming value beyond forced dramatic feelies.

It's moving for those who want to be moved by cheap sentimentalism. More power to you. Enjoy it heartily. Well my first thought is a job well done by the artist.

Truly well done. My second thought is that's going to be pretty awkward going into work the next day. The way I've looked at this is that the whole plot of the comic centering around Judy and Nick's arguments regarding abortion is a means to an end, and not the end itself.

I saw from about half-way through that this was not going to end well, and I guessed that the message of the comic was not simply about the rights and wrongs of pro-choice vs pro-life: instead, I knew the idea of the comic was that even the most strong relationship can break irreparably.

Do I agree with the way it was framed? Not entirely. It would have suited the story better if we had some background on how they got to this place. On top of that, any number of things could have lead to a break-up of the two.

It's not unprecedented, after all: it happens, right there in the second act of the movie. I'm not sold on the presentation, but it is what it is.

All in all, I commend borba for having the courage to sticking with his intentions even when a lot of hate was flung his way.

I love his other comics which are mostly comedies, for those of you who don't want to read this one but like the art and having done this, I can't wait to see him return to what he's really good at.

To be honest, I'm very grateful that borba has draw this comic with all of its controversial qualities. Not for the message or the art style, that can be varied depending on personal tastes, I don't care.

I want to talk about the impact it has on our fandom in general. I remembered he mention somewhere in one of his replies on Deviantart that the reason he was capable of testing out this type of storyline is: he believes in the positive nature of our fandom he has seen so far.

Or something like that, I forgot the details. Well, after this whole show, I'm not so sure. As a fandom, we Zootopia fans has always been proud of our "acceptance, understanding and peacefulness".

Then, borba decide to drop the "I will survive" bomb on us… and a not quite small war occured. It's fasinating to watch, frankly.

Shit-posting, bashing, name-calling, bullheadness, hateful words, etc. Suddenly, the peaceful and understanding fandom is not peaceful and understanding anymore.

For what? Or in this general case, a piece of well-intend but slightly poor-executed comic? What was the message of the film again?

Then look back at the way a large number of us commented on this comic and some nasty things has been and still being thrown at borba.

Maybe we haven't learned it well enough, have we? Usually I do my very best to not jump into such drama. I may have written a thorough critique of what I felt were the comic's issues, but I tried to do so with respect.

I can still appreciate Borba for his art, pacing, drama, and sheer guts. Thing is, I think the fandom is growing. Which is great!

But it also can make it unstable. Previous experience with other fandoms in their early stages has shown that "acceptance, understanding and peacefulness" has tended to weaken with greater size.

The greater variety of people and tastes, the greater chance for conflict to occur. That's just natural. Other "peaceful" fandoms have quickly grown toxic — a fate I would like to avoid here.

Which is why I've been making an effort to defend Borba, and to encourage those who liked to comic to speak up! As we progress forward, we all need to make a conscious decision to remember that there is no one correct way to enjoy our fandom.

Every fandom will have things you might not like: Angst, tragedy, crossovers, grimdark, erotica, cosplay… Many people would love any number of those, and many would despise them.

They're all different ways of expressing the fandom. I think the reason we as a fandom cry OOC when bad thing happen to these two but remain silent when they get together is because we see them grow closer to each other in the film, like when Judy learns that night howlers are flowers she goes to Nick for help despite being a police officer and he forgives her for wronging him, that's why we want to see them fall in love with each other, could you imagine how different thing would be if she went to Bogo for help?

It makes us happy to see them flourish and feel it necessary to get defensively aggressive when we have to consider that something this bad could happen to them.

I too don't like this comic, but I'm not going to try to make Borba feel bad for making it. Bummer, though i doubt that movie version of Judy would do this with her "try everything" style of life.

And with abortion and everything, i myself could have been aborted, but my mom and her family refused.

Still, i think that option should be here, we need more options, not less. And this is why I say kudos to those who didn't like the comic — yet had the sense to not attack borba for doing it.

Thank you for posting this here. It is always interesting to read comic, that is really different to other ones.

I respect if you say some constructive criticism, that is totally normal, and good also. But it doesn't need to be hated, because it is just different, for no other reason.

If you don't like it, then criticist it respectfully and honestly to autor. But not just hate it. For me, when i read it first time, it really drove me in to the story back then it was only to 16 pages only , but when i read it today, second time, i have to say, that something just wasn't right in the story for me.

But i respect borba, and don't hate this comic. This was the end of the comic; unless there was ever actually a sequel planned which the author does not appear to have prepared this is it.

You can extrapolate the events that follow however you may wish, but the next project the author has been working on is an entirely different storyline.

Well… I'm a fan of zootopian art and there's a lot of good stuff available, including right here. If I was to venture an opinion, as a pro lifer, this is very much an allegory on the way it is in our own world.

The scene could have even been shifted around easily enough with Nick not wanting the baby. Just saying. Foxes aren't that much better, at around 50 days.

But yes, artistic liberties and all that. How pathetic… I hate this version of Nick. No woman deserves to be abandoned for making an autonomous choice about her body.

Why not? There was an obvious conflict on a major issue, one sees it as a killing of their child, the other sees it as a medical procedure, such a large conflict of viewpoints can't just go away, especially on a topic such as this.

Please, set aside your pro choice beliefs for two seconds and realize that it isn't easy to get over something like this. As a pro lifer, I can tell you it hurts us just as much add it hurts you maybe twice as much because to us, were are losing what could have been a baby.

I'm not saying we are right or wing, just that there ARE reasons to leave, and this is a very valid one. No man deserves to be forced into a relationship he won't be happy in.

Couples who want different things shouldn't be together. His body. His choice. This was in no way propaganda. It showed both sides to the abortion argument, including many of the large ones for both sides.

It may have a slight bias, but it isn't that large. It's not bad per say but could've been handled better.

Plus Nick was a lil OOC here. I don't think he'd necessarily be that harsh on her. Also, and this is just personal theory , I believe this was a heat-of-the-moment walk-out and Nick would try to re-connect with Judy sometime after and have further discussion abt it.

Mby this personal theory makes it less sad lol. General fan consensus tends to agree that this is bad, not just due to the message which, admittedly, was not very well-executed but also because both Nick and Judy are fairly OOC.

Borba has learned from this and is back to making more lighthearted and fun comics. Great to have a pro-life Zootopia comic but I'm not sure if this one was handled as well as it could have been.

Also maybe a bit to serious a topic for Zootopia. This is shit. Not on character. Not natural dialogue. Crappy pacing. It's like a fuckin' men's rights activist wrote a comic designed to just demonize women and make men the victims.

And that's pretty shit. Even if you ignore the fact that these are DISNEY characters talking about abortion and how cringe that is… Judy's in a potentially life-threatening situation and the comic is all about nick and his feelings and how judy is wrong for being concerned that a pregnancy from a fox might KILL her.

Her wants and needs don't matter apparently. She's evil for not wanting a kid? It's "pro-life" but her life doesn't matter?

He also chides her for being concerned over her career, but that's pretty easy for Nick to do since he will likely NEVER be expected to compromise his career for his kid the way he expects Judy to.

This comic is basically a man telling a woman what to do with her body and her life even if she might DIE from it, making it all about himself, and expecting us to take the man's side.

Sorry guys, but you don't get to make a medical choice on a woman's behalf just because you had sex with her. Your contribution was 5 minutes of pleasure, hers is 9 months of pain.

Not surprising this comic was written by a man and mostly sympathized with the feelings of the man and portrayed the woman as being in the wrong for being concerned for her own well-being.

That's not even taking into account how stupidly out of character they both are. Stop projecting your political views onto cartoon characters.

Anyway, why do they even need to be a couple in the first place? Can't we just go back to these two being just friends instead of turning it into a stupid romantic drama?

Sorry, but you need to understand that it was never about the woman. It isnt about the woman's right to get rid of the child, it's about the child's right to live.

The whole issue is over whether or not the child is alive during abortion, not about the woman's carrying of said child.

Honestly, as a pro lifer, I wish there was a way to save the child and not force the mother to raise it which will happen eventually, it's already in the works , but until then, the mother would have to be the one to hold it.

Please, just understand this. Im not trying to have a debate over whether it's right or wrong, I'm just trying to tell you how we actually see it. We aren't making it about ourselves, we are making it about the child.

If she hit him that time she will most likely continue to abuse him. I also believe that the father has every right to see their child born and if the mother hates the baby then the father should be allowed to have sole custody for life and the mother should NEVER be allowed to see or interact with the unloved child.

And that loving father can carry the baby for months himself, too, and have his genitals ripped open to accommodate birthing!

And won't she be jealous when complications lead to him dying of blood-loss! That'll show that ungrateful tart!

Oh wait…. You see, this is why im always wondering why there are only two sides to this arguement. Humans are supposed to solve problems.

A solution i propose would be researching into artificial wombs or looking for a way to transplant the embryo into another female.

But ive never even heard of this being proposed…. That was incredibly forced. One person finds it, labels the entire fandom as "pro-life conservatives" because of it then again it seems they think Zootopia's conservative propaganda.

Yeah, the message of the movie is going over more than the artist's head, and what's more is the comic is being used to tar the whole fandom.

Just like a few savage predators were being used to tar the whole pred population in the film. This did not need to be dragged back up.

Oh, heck, the subreddit's going to be unbearable again…. Anortion topoc only brought up those issues… bit is not direct reason for breakup….

The end seems to be specifically made so people see what they want… some see that nick was right… some see that hudy was right and nick is asshole for leaving… I see an argument gettingout of hand and destroing love… it is all..

What a shame. Such artistic talent, and you waste it on propaganda that isn't even well done. Judy's argument is far better than Nick's and yet you have him framing it as a sin hastily at the end.

What a surprise though — grown men that keep trying to ruin cartoons that are meant for kids. It never fails. The entire point of this was that both sides had valid arguments to be made, meaning we all can side with one or the other.

I sided with Nick when he left, but that doesn't mean it was pro life. Better is subjective. In my personal opinion here the biggest miatake donebby characters here, was Judy saing that the job means everythibg… It she stuck with the worry about the complications of birth, and potential defects the hybrid might have… maybe with some medical support she could convince Bick to suppoer her decision, they would be able to work it out… but when she said that the carrer means everything to her, Nick in his confused and disappointed state, understood it as "My Job is most important, my carrer matter for me more than you, than your opinions, tmit means more to me than our love".

As if she said that their love is unimportant, we say how Nick reacted when she said that "predators are naturally savage" thing in movie… He took it as a blow to the face much worse than the actual slap she gave him… "She betrayed me, again, I do not matter.

If I the Job demanded she would have left me anyway… I am nothing but a distraction to her. It is not as much out of character as some comments seem to imply, he left, just as he left after that press conference… The actual issuse here was not just the fact that she was so Surely decided to abort… it was that she didn't even seem to think about Nick from his point of view.

That remark about keeping it secret beeing better. For him it was like she rubbed it in, that "she made a decision, and she is not changing it, and nothing je says matters".

For him it was once AGAIN like the scouts thing… and for Judy it was like her parentz telling her not to be a police officer… both had some issues, both were emotionally affected at that time… and it ended the way it did as a resault… some poor choice of words… some comments implying a wrong thing… and an ideological differences… this is how many relationships end in real life.

Sometimes, even after such clash, they might end up together again… but quite often it really is over… thay might request to be moved to digferent shifts and shedules at police, Nick might even request to be moved to to different district.

Sadly… this is often how true love ends…. Despite having some issues. I feel exactly the same way. I think it's unfair that Nick is the only one really being demonized in this whole thing.

I agree with Nick that it's like why did she even tell him in the first place if she was pretty much just gonna say "sorry!

My body, my choice and you don't get a say in this! People act like women are always the victims and fathers might as well be a piece of furniture.

Nothing like equating womens rights and abortion to racism. I like where shes worried the child might be a freak, which is a clear strike at women who chose abortion because the deformed featus, proven by medicine instead of blind faith, only has a future of pain and misery laid out before it.

Theres so much wrong logic and proreligious nonesense it detracts from what is more than decent art. Lol what kinda partner would leave the one they love bcs of of an unborn creature?

Well, hated the story, but Nick is drawn nicely so uh kudos to that…. Would have been better if Nick had eaten Judy for one, also my hot fan theory on this fan comic is that it was a false positive and she wasn't actually preggers it was all for nothing.

This actually was pretty good, Nick was really happy with Judy being pregnant with the baby. The author was good to throW in a real-life scenario of one wanting the baby and and the other not wanting a baby and the outcome some scenarios like this has relationships ending very quickly and others ending in different ways.

Was there an agenda being said… to me not really, it's just a "what if" scenario. I'm pretty sure the author already knows that he can't make everyone happy.

But for me, great story! Feels just like some propaganda material slapped in a comic. Perhaps would be more enjoyable even with the same idea a center, if the dialogues didn't sound taken from a pamphlet, and more like a genuine story.

Like this, it was impossible for me to sympathize with either, and the only emotion i felt was wanting it to end already.

The part when Nick suggests would have been better if kept in the dark makes no damn sense. Didn't enjoy this.

At all. And apparently a lot of you didn't either. All those who do are a shame to the fandom. Y'all really created a world where a rabbit fucked a fox and then gave them political opinions.

I have no particular in-depth knowledge on Zootopia other than the movie, but as someone who's passion is to study politics, I'd like to give my own take.

First off, I don't think it is necessarily appropriate for an artist, no less an adult, to be taking content obviously marketed to children and transforming easily accessed material that depicts such content in such a controversial and politically-motivated way.

Yes, the original comic is censored as mature content on Deviant Art, but it is still so easy to lie about age, especially when you know that minors are going to be actively searching for Zootopia through multiple platforms.

I think it is impressive that the artist would not just consider but actually tackled such a heated topic, especially the way they did.

I don't think it was wrong of them too, either, but where has been published immediately worries me. And while I can say that my attention was fully-grasped for the entire duration of the comic, it was for the wrong reasons.

A Judy the rabbit is demonized and shamed for wanting to forward her career, when this is already a real life problem that women face around the world, and the shallowness with which this point is considered is sad.

Women consistently make less then men in almost every work environment today, and face multiple obstacles to achieving financial stability, more so under the societal pressures to perform the archetypal role of a mother.

How is she to care for a child when she cannot forward her career? Instead of focusing on that facet of the debate, the artist quickly changes the problem to her progressive ideals, which was so out of character for Judy.

B Despite being a very obviously secular movie, clearly religious iconography, specifically Mother Mary, be-speckles the comic.

It is one thing to stimulate a good conversation, but another to use religion so controversially and nonchalantly. The pontiff of the Catholic Church has begun to move towards more open policies of mothers and women who have undergone abortion procedures.

Religion has no place in government policy nor in children's content, under circumstances such as these. C One thing this comic does achieve in a positive realm is bringing the perspective of men into the argument.

However, Nick's emotions and statements are so conflated between two extremes that it can be hardly perceived as realistic.

For him to just abandon Judy is a point, in and of itself, of the problems surrounding this debate. There is no sympathy or understanding for either side, and instead Nick plays the stock character role of what one might equate to a priest.

D This is not scientifically possible. The premise would have achieved much more success in impact had it been more realistic in all forms of the portrayal- and not amorphous animals.

Wow, not sure why so many pro-life people like this comic. It makes Nick look like a grade-A ass for one thing. Also, if your story could be used as an allegory for an incest relationship then mabye you need to take another look at the plot.

Judy may be sad now but good fucking riddiance. Taking this kid too term would have eather killed her or made her damn kid some freek of science.

They would be lucky if the thing could even move. Though, that's why you glossed over that and made it about her job right?

A shallow atempt at propaganda. The only way to get people on your side is make up elaborate pitty storys that punnish people who don't side with you.

This is where sensationalist drivel like this belongs, in a fantasy cartoon land where nothing makes sense.

Only two creatures of the same species can successfully have a child that is able to reproduce. In a movie about a woman following her dreams, the internet has truly dragged her back "where she belongs" sarcasm.

This is a really good piece of art, that perfectly describe one of the XXI century's problems. This comic in my opinion is NOT a propaganda, and does not support any sides in this conflict — it's a debate between both sides, where we can see all pros and cons.

Look at the paradox of this topic. Right-wing pro-life people aka Nick , that base their decisions on logic, facts, statistics, are making a choice that is based fully on feelings, while left-wing pro-body people aka Judy , that base their decisions on feelings, compassion, are making a choice that is based fully on cold logic.

Of course, not every right wing is pro-life and every left wing is pro-body, but a huge majority are on the same page.

People, stop being blind. Stop generating an aggression to other people just for having different opinions. Right and left, are just different sides of the same coin.

Open your mind — listen to others arguments, build a constructive dialog, be ready to change your believes if you'll see that you were wrong.

Being wrong isn't bad, your entire life won't dissolve if you will change your view at it. To the author: I don't know if you'll ever read this, but if you do — please, make a continuation or a series out of such topics.

Continuation would be lovely, but oh well, its your choice. I wish you people would stop using Zootopia to dramatize political and rough topics.

Make your own characters if you want to tell a story like this. In the end all you did was get turned into a meme and bring attention negatively to the fanbase and franchise.

Which could make Disney decide to give up on future projects like a second film. Stop being creepy ass furries.

Just fucking leave a good thing alone. I agree that this is nothing but furry weirdness tho. It literally goes "I need to tell you something" "ok" "I'm pregnant" "I love you!

This comic was drama filled sure, but not great. Both sides have thier holes in the argument and with sides have thier moments of being assholish.

There was no rights, no compromise, just all wrongs. This comic felt like it was written for the express purpose to pull at heart strings, not actual story telling.

So glad the comic didn't make the woman out to be the bad person and shame her. Oh wait, that's exactly what it did.

It took no consideration for the life changes that would happen that she's not ready for. Not to mention, Nick is a selfish, lazy jerk.

He would definitely not be helpful if she had the baby. If he walks out that easily on her now, imagine once there is a child to be responsible for.

She'd end up yet another single mother due to a deadbeat who is selfish and only thinking of himself. I loved this.

Yeah, a guy's reactions could go either way. A woman's decision to be honest could go either way. This was just one of a myriad ways it could turn out, so it's not 'shit'.

It's honest and stark. Now, for ME, I think Nick is in the wrong. He isn't thinking about what he's asking of her, what he's asking her to risk.

HE takes no risk whatsoever in going forward.. If he really loves her, he'll finally realize this and go back. If not, she made the right decision, anyway.

Oh my God.. I'm almost in tears!! This was the funniest fuckin comic ive read in ages. The macabre yet familiar reality reflected in this comic.

Wow Just. This comic was so bad it gave me ptsd flashbacks back to the abortion clinic where i almost didnt make it.

This is som pretty hecked up stuff and whoever made it needs seriouse mental help. This is prove that there is no God. This is prove that there is no meaning to life and that once we die we simply fall into a deep dark nothingness.

LMAO omg this has got to be one f the most hilarious and shitty things I have ever seen. If there are people who actually take this seriously and are amazed by it or sad then… Wow… But it gave me a good laugh.

How you think that child is gonna go through life being in their own category? Let alone Nick having to support both Judy and a baby no one in history will know what medical or behaviors issues that might pop up raising the child.

This made me sad Nick and Judy were amazing together and I hope they get back and figure this out regardless. Everything I think about this has already been said.

But gotta give credit to the author for the artwork, which is pretty fantastic. Good meme material as well. Go on now, go walk out the door Just turn around now 'Cause you're not welcome anymore Weren't you the one who tried to break me with goodbye?

Did you think I'd crumble? Did you think I'd lay down and die? Oh no not I, I will survive. Argument invalid, they're different species completely.

Would've been a miscarriage or could kill Judy or they would've had a mutant baby, she was in the right. The slap was out of nowhere and absolutely stupid, and just a horrible, manipulative sympathy piece for Nick.

Religion is literally nowhere in the film. Style was great. Fuck this artist. He made Nick into an utter asshole who cared more about an unborn mutant baby than his loving wife who was honest enough to communicate this with him.

It doesn't matter if you think it was "out of nowhere" and "completely stupid". She hit him. She's not a loving wife. She's abusive.

She hits him and tries to excuse it as losing her temper. She hit him hard enough to knock him down and leave scratch marks. No excuses. He was right to leave.

She didn't really want to talk- she just wanted to fight. This was hard to see, Judy was totally out of character and a total asshole… I mean, if it was her "decision" to abort, then Nick had the same righ to "decide" to leave, decisions have consequences, and sometimes they can be terrible… anyways this reminds me another zootopia comic where Judy is pregnant and gives birth to four hybrid babies, it was a lot better than this one.

Nick was totally out of character and an asshole too. He was a hussler on the streets practically lying to innocent people for money with 0 guilt and suddenly he's religious, scolding Judy about sin.

Judy slapped Nick for like no reason besides to manipulate the feelings of the reader and Nick focused on when she mentioned her career even once, y'know, after saying how she and the baby could probably die in childbirth.

It's so full of OOC inconsistency. Soooo no one's gonna point how hella Christian Nick is all of a sudden.

Do these animals have their own Jesus or religious idols??? If so how does that all work with their dynamic?! When they die is there a heaven or hell for specific species???

Cause I'm This needs to established! Which just opens up another weird can of worms. Is Christianity in the Zootopiaverse a Lapine religion? Are there massive schisms around the species of the savior?

Does every species practice their own religion or do even predators worship a Lapine Messiah? Let him go. She doesn't have to give birth to a baby she doesn't want.

They have the ability to reabsorb thier embryos if they are not in a good place to have babies. If the conditions are not right.

You guys completely missed the point of the comic, only focusing on the characters' roles in it. So leaving your wife because she doesn't want to carry a potential mutant child that will probably kill her and the baby is a missed point?

When they can easily adopt? There's a message that isn't able to be brought across by using two different species of animals.

The context in the story matters because regardless of the message, the projection of it was dreadful. You can make a comic about how rape is bad and make a horrible projection of it.

Just essentially, you think it's good to leave someone who cared about you most because of a selfish want for something that will more than likely kill them.

Then fine, I'm leaving! Adoption doesn't exist. Ignoring the artistic licence involving the possibility of interspecies impregnation, I don't understand the concern that Judy would somehow give birth to an "abomination" or, that the pregnancy would have a life threatening effect on her own well-being.

If the pregnancy was never meant to be, wouldn't her body terminate it? Your analogy doesn't make sense, comparing a growing fetus to a malignant growth.

We just need to end this conversation. The problem lies simply in that we're suspending our belief, trying to apply logic to what is, even within a fictional context, a farfetched feat: a fox successfully impregnating a rabbit.

I literally told you to end the conversation, and you still came back with an insult and to delete your comment so I won't further "twist your words".

Talk about "dense". But it's fine. Be angry that I highlighted the flaws of your analogy. And your analogy isn't parallel.

What you didn't take into consideration is that the body may detect that something is very wrong, in one of the earliest stages of pregnancy it being a "mutant" occurrence , resulting in a miscarriage.

This is all before significant harm could occur. The concern I'm arguing against doesn't even take into account all the developmental hurdles a fetus would have to vault before getting to a point where it would become a significant health threat.

But none of that is ever taken into consideration. Instead, everyone simply fears that the baby will grow and grow until death or great damage occurs.

I'm not even gonna read your second dense paragraph. Your actually twisting my words and being a cunt. End of conversation, right?

Never did I insult, or try to belittle you; you immediately flew off the handle when you read something you didn't like. You're the only cunt. You realize I didn't like anything you've written right?

When you twist the meanings of my words to make me look like a dick I'll act like one. I didn't twist anything. You made a comparison, and I argued against it.

Trying to make you look "like a dick". That's cute. I countered your statement, everything I said pertained only to said statement, and you immediately interpreted that opposition as a full on attack on your character.

I don't know why I'm arguing against someone who thinks it's okay to draw a comparison between cancer and a failing pregnancy when I didn't do anything of the sort.

This is a moral issue for you. That's not my place. I'm not gonna take the abuse of it. Are you serious? That's what YOU did! It's the reason the argument began in the first place.

Your analogy made no sense. And now you're assuming my standing on the abortion issue… All emotional flare without a hint of rationality.

That's the order of internet arguments today. Good job. Right now, either you're really stupid or have really bad comprehension skills.

I wouldn't be surprised if both because now, you can comment on a hot topic and you act like it's such a surprise someone disagrees. It's ironic you want to accuse me of twisting words, when you're now attempting to take words spewwed from your mouth and put them into mine.

I mean, I didn't say that cancer and a bad pregnancy were comparable. You did. I said that the body's inability to cancel either of them were.

You again, twisted my words. You made them into something that made you right and me into an ass. Actually, the whole purpose of me posting the initial comment was to get a different opinion.

All I got was an emotional person who immediately resorted to ad hominems when I made my first counter. My point was that a pregnancy and cancer even shouldn't have been mentioned together as IF to compare them.

It's a different process to "cancel" either of them, and you failed to take that into consideration. That is what you did.

So I had a reason to assume that's what you were doing. Had you given me a reasonable response instead of the emotional stupidity you are now, I would have simply carried on with you until we could have reached a resolution in the debate.

If I wanted to make you out to be an "ass" or a "dick" I would have simply done so. But you've already done a good enough job of that yourself. That's okay.

At least at the end of the day, I still know how to organize my arguments like a rational debater. All you have on the other hand are your emotions.

I really don't care if I reinforced your fight against fierce insecurity that you're better than someone on the internet.

Doesn't change others opinions on you, which is what you've seemed more focused on in the argument. Also, if you were worried about be being viewed as an ass, you're a tad too late.

I've read your responses to others here. Slandering the artist because he wrote a bad story? Good show. Because Nick wants her to go through with a pregnancy that will more than likely kill Judy and her baby.

If you're with Judy, you tolerate hitting your partner for saying something you don't like, and then pleading that you just "lost your temper".

Well, that was dark as fuck. I just went through a very tough breakup not for those same reasons , and that last sentence hit me hard. Even an apparently everlasting love that has triumphed over the odds and many challenges may eventually come to an end.

They should've talked before she had the abortion, it's his child too. Also my body my rules? At 6 weeks the child has a heart beat and is recognised by the government as a human being.

So it's not your body. If you don't want the child, give birth and give it away to some one who can't have children. THIS,this so much!

I've seen women devalue a babys life at that point by calling it a "parasite! Once artificial wombs are ready for human use,it should be mandatory for abortion to become a whole new thing where you give away the "Thing" you hate oh so much instead of "terminating" it.

Also:If you have unprotected sex and get knocked up,don't kill the bloody baby to run from your mistake. Take responsibility.

Nice job! I really enjoyed this comic! It was great to see the situation from Nick's perspective a bit more and really experience is disappointment.

I am glad he left. I think this will benefit a lot of males in this situation. I'm not terribly fond like how it ended. I am glad that it was kept solemn abortion is a solemn topic for all but it would have been better to me to see how Nick would face the challenge of finding someone better.

My God this comic sucks and I don't care what a single person says. I dont like it at all and if you argue with me about it then you're trying to argue about a fucking web cartoon and that's stupid.

Excuse me, but this comic requires a high iq to truly understand, for example, you could look at nick's nihilistic view of life, compared to how judy's outlook on life relates to a strict daoist view on life, making the comic have way more depth than any mere work of literature, such as moby dick or grendel.

If arguing about a web cartoon is "stupid" wouldn't having such strong feelings about the same web comic be stupid? So you giving your opinion is fine, but someone else giving an opinion which is against your own is stupid???

How ignorant. So giving your opinion is fine, but someone else giving their opinion which is against yours is stupid???

So you're telling us not to argue with you over a comic you think is stupid even though it apparently wasn't so stupid that you could comment on it?

Yeah great way to make women feel like shit for wanting to pursue their own dreams. What do you want for casting unwanted pregnancies in such a shitty light?

Hopefully not a medal. Man I wanted to kill myself but since I saw comic I for some reason feel happiness. My dad came back home my mom is safe also my dead Grandma came back to life.

Straight A's in my classes. I recommend everyone to read this comic. It saved my life. Ahh I want a resolution! Excuse me but may I ask why the fuck did a fox fuck a rabbit?

I love how this is anti abortion but it literally has more good points for judys decision and just makes nick look like an asshole who doesn't respect his girlfriend.

So guys are just supposed to roll over and play nice? Throw their opinions and views out the window to appeal to their significant other? I stand with Nick in this comic because he stood up for himself.

I also understand why Judy stood by her own choice, as it was something that she truly believed in. This isn't sad at all.

Nick is being completely unreasonable. He has no right to tell her to have that child. He can ask her to put it up for adoption or he can care for it alone , but he can't make her keep it.

She says it herself, that she wouldn't used birth control had she known conception were even possible. She's allowed to make whatever choice she wants provided the laws don't require the father's permission.

But let's be real, if he loved her which he clearly doesn't he would accept what she's saying or find a way to work through it.

By that logic the courts and even a mother have no right to make a man pay child support for a child he doesn't want.

Meanwhile, it's good that he got out of there, because she hits him when she loses her temper. So he doesn't listen or communicate properly, and she uses physical violence.

Bad relationship indeed. Wow — and here I thought the only comment notifications I would get from ZNN until I commented again on a newer post would be the occasional spambot on older articles XD.

Am I the only one that doesn't think this is prolife? She presents prochoice, he presents prolife, and they both give compelling arguments that cant convince the other due to each others firm beliefs in their personal set of morals.

That is the discussion. And that's okay, its okay to mention the discussion, to talk about it, to engage and hear both sides.

It doesn't make you a bad person to TALK. Holy crap. Why waste your artistic skill on such propoganda garbage? Oh no, it might kill me to birth a monster!

Wtf is this shit. Awesome art, and fairly decent writing. Thanks for making this comic! I mean don't think that I love it for it's message and how it broke my heart I mean you'd be out of this world if you thought so, no hate lol.

It's a great meme. MrAcrizzy Student Filmographer. Judy looks beautiful and attractive in makeup. I love her red lips the best. No, but oh well xD.

Doitsuki Hobbyist General Artist. Fuck the make-up! Nothing beats the natural beauty! Emar4art Hobbyist Artist. Judy looks beautiful. DragonKnightGamer Hobbyist Artist.

When it comes to Judy, anything goes. Maybe, but what came to my attention was Nick's willingness in stay side by side with her, even in situations where he obviously could gotten rid of that annoying bunny cop.

An example of this was when they were investigating Mr. Big's limo and Nick finds out to whom the car belonged.

Nick could have fooled Judy and left her behind in order for her to be captured by the pair of polar bears. Instead, he grabbed Judy by the waist and tried to escape with her.

To me, it looks like it was actually Nick who had a crush on Judy, even if he did not admit it. Judy only started to see Nick with fresh eyes in Rainforest District, after he came out in her defense and faced Chief Bogo.

Exactly, which is more of a good show on why Nick and Judy are perfect for each other. Especially when Judy forced Nick to stay with her through black mail, and when Nick finally had done what he was supposed to do and gave her the information she wanted and tried to leave she throws the pen over the fence so he couldn't get to it XD typical girls when they have crushes X3.

This is one of those jokes that related to those PETA protests about testing makeup on animals, right? Why not?

It really could be. No, I don't like it. Doctorwholovesthe80s Hobbyist Writer.

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