Webcomic profile: Jack
A webcomic focusing on sin of wrath, a green rabbit named Jack, and his adventures in the afterlife.
Last update: 23rd Oct 2020, 5:37 PM
Graphic Violence / Gore Frequent Frontal Nudity Strong Sexual Themes Frequent Strong Language
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Jack is set in a world populated by anthropomorphic animals. Jack focuses on its title character, a wizened green rabbit who lives in Hell. He is the embodiment of the deadly sin wrath, whose punishment is being the Grim Reaper. (Comic created by David Hopkins)

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I'm curious, is this Jack before he becomes the embodiment of Wrath and the Reaper? Is he digging a grave for every one of the people he killed?
Man that was a ride. I figured the whole thing was still the test when they were talking about the sword and Reck said he stab himself with it to destroy the sword.

But the point is more in seeing if Kyle will make the ultimate sacrifice for the greater good and I like how the ending played out, using color to show the test ending and our transition back to reality.

The art was also nice. Hard to really give a strong critique though I've been reading JACK since about 2004 and David's art style has grown on me a lot. Seeing the same characters in a different art style is jarring, whether it's a guest artist here or see Max Blackrabbit's way of drawing Zig Zag after reading Sabrina Online for so many years (Yes, i know Zig belongs to Max but I'm used to her in Eric's style).

All that said I like the style used here.it started growing on me by the end.
This sequence leaves me curious about the real David Hopkins.
How much is real, this fursona of his says? Do the similarities end at the name? Is this him picking himself up?
Where does the real man end and the imagination begin?

If nothing else I'll give you a "positive energy profit" - I love your art style and your storytelling style. I don't know if God is really real or a human invention but if it is real then I hope it's understanding like your depiction is.
That's a good point but it's possible Dalton could redeem himself at some point.
I think Jack only expressed remorse for his actions when he finally looked outside and saw the sheer enormity of the genocide he caused.
I mean he caused the total extinction of humankind and wiped out...what was it, 80% of the vat-born? His own people.

He pretty much blasted the entire world back to the dark ages and he looked at it and saw he was wrong.

Until the nukes started blasting everything Jack was comfortable with his plans.

Then again, it's also possible the Devil could look at Dalton after he's made to be Wrath and show him what Jack did and... "inspire" him to be worse.
Three Penny Opera FTW