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Comic profile: Stardust the Cat
Stardust the Cat
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Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Discontinued/Completed
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: Two weeks ago
Number of comics: 324
Number of subscribers: 38
Visitors: 37583 visitors (161891 pages viewed)
Rating: 0 (0 votes)

Comic description

Stardust the Cat is a comic series created by Stephen Leotti. It debuted in September 2012 and concluded in December 2014.

The plot centers around Stardust, a cat who is unsatisfied with life, despises his owner, and has nothing better to do than watch TV and be angry commercials.

One day, a mouse named Freddie comes to live in his house. Stardust, being too lazy too care, let's him live there. Over time, the two become closer and even start to become friends.

Eventually, Stardust meets a girl, Naomi, whom he becomes romantically involved with. But learns she has something of a dark past. Now he must decide whether he wants to be with her, as it could risk both of their lives.

Authors

DizzyButtons
Co-Writer for Stardust the Cat. I also work on other projects as a contributor.

Most recent comments left on Stardust the Cat

stephenleotti
6th Dec 2014
You're quite welcome.
Left on Acknowledgements
Xade
6th Dec 2014
Xade
keeping it neat and formal is always good. =) thank you for a wonderful comic
Left on Acknowledgements
DaemonDan
4th Dec 2014
DaemonDan
???! Somehow I don't think it did! Curses I must have lost it amidst all the others I was doing at the time. I found the answer in my email, so I'll try to post it for next week :D
Left on Episode #14 - What shall we do now? - Page 27
stephenleotti
4th Dec 2014
Just making it formal.
Left on Acknowledgements
stephenleotti
2nd Dec 2014
I think one of the reasons I didn't get many fans was when it started out the artwork wasn't very good, and neither was the writing. So it's less of an incentive to read on, even if you know it'll improve. It's like if the first ten minutes of a movie are bad, you're more likely to turn it off rather than stick around to see how it plays out.

My next comic won't have any cats I'm afraid, but there will be rabbits from another dimension.
Left on Episode #14 - What shall we do now? - Page 27