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Webcomic profile: E.A.R.S.
Emergency medical services in a world gone weird.
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Language: English
Genre: Drama
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 11th May 2014, 7:46 AM
Number of comics: 8
Number of subscribers: 2
Visitors: 11409 visitors (93129 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (5 votes)

Webcomic description

Set sometime in the near future, Earth has gone...strange. With no explanation, the populace has gone to the dogs. And the cats. And the bat-eared foxes. This comic follows the brave (not really) and courageous (at times) team at E.A.R.S., the emergency aid / rescue service as they try to do an already stressful job, in a world that just doesn't make all that much sense anymore.


Most recent comments left on E.A.R.S.

triforce fandom (Guest)
14th Feb 2017
my Housepets vibes are tingling
Left on 5/11/14
cas (Guest)
7th Nov 2014
Enjoying it, yes. Now that I don't get to see the product every few days, I need a fix. How about a little taste, Hmmmmm?
Left on THE CAST (v2)
Guest (Guest)
25th Sep 2014
higher res maybe? or at least a way to zoom in and not have it get distorted
Left on 5/11/14
Torn (Guest)
13th May 2014
I'm liking the setup so far, it's really different from the norm.

I agree with the previous comments though, the bold words do kind of throw me off. I can see how you intended it to show the main character's emphasis but I'm afraid it's a little too much. Also, it takes a bit of effort to read the second panel, messing up the flow. I actually only just now figured out what the text under "proper hygiene" said, was going to use it for example but while I was typing it out my wheel of fortune skills kicked in and I solved the puzzle.

I'm hoping you continue though! I keep coming back hoping to catch the update. ^-^
Left on 5/11/14
Brome (Guest)
11th May 2014
The lettering is a bit on the small side, you might benefit from making the comic page taller with the same number of panels, just sized up and arranged differently so that the text is easier to read.
Left on 5/11/14