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I think this is what you get when you run the “raised by wolves” trope through the Axe Cop translator.
Cha Cha Juan Juan Chiwowie Chihauhua.
Choo Choo Ta Ta Chowiwie Chihuahua. What a name!
Funny, I think I went to school with a Cha Cha Juan Juan Chiwowie Chihuahua.
Axe Cop should pay homage to Cha Cha Juan Juan by sporting his amazing ‘stache style.
The third panel is the first depiction of a chihuahua to ever make me like them, especially the third one from the left, with the bandana.
@clem: the chihuahua you mention is actually Lucy owned by my close friends Anthony and Amy Munoz who ran the Axe Shop and Anthony runs this site.
I actually had tears of laughter after Choo Choo Ta Ta Chowiwie Chihuahua. Great stuff!
Strange the brothers grew up together, but didn’t remember they were brothers.
I love this, though I cannot help wonder did Axe Cop and Flute Cop still not remember that they were brothers?
Malachi and Ethan, I want to see an episode where Axe Cop and the team are saved by a pack of wild Chihuahuas!
It’s a happy ending. I would want Axe Cop’s graduation cap for my graduation. I also like Flute Cop’s ‘stashe variation along with his hair growth. I wish there were nature shows studying the Chihuahuas in the wild. Overall, a great Ask Axe Cop.
They just assumed they were two separate orphans adopted by the same family, so, foster brothers.
This is a neat variation on being raised by wolves.. I also think I have a new respect for the mexican people.
Ah, the roaming wild chihuahuas of New Mexico. Many fear them, but it is only because they do not understand their noble ways…
Can that last panel be a poster, please? Because I think that I have a new candidate for Best Panel Ever.
Choo Choo Ta Ta… even better than Bobber and Gobber Smartist…
I cannot WAIT for this one to be done as a motion comic, so I can hear it narrated aloud. For real.
I’m pretty sure I met some of their relatives when I lived in Arizona. The mother was very nice…she always gave me homemade burritos and other traditional Mexican foods. I had a dachshund named Penny who played well with the Chihuahua children. I sure miss her cooking…
I love the posts that search for story continuity out of a comic conceived from the mind of a five-year-old. Less continuity, more random batstuff insanity!
I think a certain 6 year old is wanting a Chihuahua.
I think a certain 6 year old is starting to discover racial stereotypes.
Kindly latin adoptive parents with typically-crazy Malachi names. I love it!
I’d “Ask Axe Cop” if Axey speaks spanish, but I’m almost sure now that he does. Knowing Malachi’s writing, though, I’m guessing that he’d say that Axe Cop speaks _all_ languages fluently. Our hero is superlative, by definition!
Thanks for the fun strip!
A typo in the second text box.
I like the abundant furnishing. It is one of those you can await on if accomplishing the business work.
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And so the circle of life is complete.
Nice artwork with the Chihuahuas by the way. Very realistic.
This article is truly a good read for me! Informative and very interesting!, Cheers
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