at first I was like, “oh great, another ‘I didn’t play animal crossing and my town has gone to shit’ comic”, but man, what a spin on it. I was actually taken aback. Very nice.
brilliant! that’s great.
Found your site on stumbleupon, been reading it from the begging, this one really moved me, I wonder what my town looks like now?
Thank you all for your comments!!
Heartwarming and slightly sad. This is the best animal crossing comic I have ever read.
also a stumbler, very good comic, loved the ending!
I was obsessed with Animal Crossing. I remember the first October that I had it I told my friends I could not go out with them on Halloween because I needed the harvest furniture set.
I miss that game and really wish I could get back into it, but finishing college and working multiple jobs makes that very difficult.
You guys should all read The Terrible Secret of Animal Crossing.
This story still makes my skin crawl.
Wow this actually was quite touching 🙂
I never played Animal Crossing, but I actually felt a little tug on my heart at the end of this one. Very nice.
Glad you like it! I fear not knowing the game may put off some people, feeling they might not relate.
Very…very Nice. <3
Glad you liked it!
Damn. I know what it is like to lose yourself in fantasy and cut all ties with real life; it’s great to see that someone who went through the same stuff leave it behind and find happiness, I hope I manage to do the same given time. Still, I think I better stay away from Animal Crossing until then.
PD: NO, it’s not weird to comment on a 6 years old comic. Not at all.
It’s not weird, I would hope my comics will still be read many years from now! Thanks for commenting, this is very rough to look at now, but it’s one of my favorites.
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