This Pokemon Noir Comic Is Phenomenal

Let’s face it, Pokemon fans are all grown up while the games continue to be targeted toward little kids. Not that that’s a bad thing - it just leaves it up to creative and passionate fans to create more grown-up works or art and fiction set in the Pokemon universe. Usually “grown-up” Pokemon means weird furry hentai, but every now and then something truly promising comes along.

These are the first few pages of a stylish Pokemon noir comic by Ray Bruwelheide. The artist says he’s already sketched about 10 pages of this story so far. If these first four pages are any indication, this jumpoff is going to be legendary. Pun intended.

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(Source: thesciencealliance)

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