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Webcomic profile: Charlie Peppersoap
Charlie Peppersoap
Alternative Drama
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Language: English
Genre: Other
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 21st Nov 2015, 5:04 AM
Number of comics: 12
Number of subscribers: 1
Visitors: 4380 visitors (9928 pages viewed)
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Webcomic description

Charlie Peppersoap is a webcomic collection of short stories using the same cast of characters for each plot; a serial 'soap opera' with a new Alternate Universe per chapter. Concepts and storylines written by [CAkEFox], Mamcine Oxfeather, and L. Rae Clark. Themes include romantic and relationship drama, political and ideological philosophy, and sexuality; in genres up to and including slice of life / non-genre fiction, paranormal, sci-fi, high fantasy, horror, and crime noire.

Updates weekly. Content Warnings provided under each chapter's title page.

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Have a stop by Peppersoap's Patreon page for some freebs, even if you can't directly donate! Sharing is caring, so recommending is... er, commending? Linking is liking? Reblogging is non-flogging?


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20th Nov 2015
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CONTENT WARNING: depictions of violence, death and dismemberment, and fantasy themed classism.
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19th Nov 2015
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31st Dec 2014
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*CONTENT WARNINGS*

Each episodic 'chapter' of the Peppersoaps will feature content warnings. Please comment or message if any content flags are missing or inadequate, and be sure to check the author comments under every title page if there is specific content you wish to avoid.

EPILOGUE deals in themes of systemic poverty, mental illness, behavior disorders, and abuse (emotional, physical, familial). The characters in EPILOGUE will discuss, but not visually depict: domestic violence, sexual abuse, race and class related violence, and gender-based discrimination.

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