I love iiiit!
Hahaha! Really like the angle (and the look on Millie’s face)!
She managed to convince him to let her cut his hair/fur a third time? She is good.
This is giving me a good laugh.
LOLZ oh ozy. i feel so sorry for you XD
he really does look like that mexican chiwawa XD
Awwww poor Ozy!
oh no not again!^^ like the detail you put into this one very nice,well done!
Hehe, very nice. Millie looks great here.
I forget, have the tables ever been turned and Millie shaved at any point?
In http://ozyandmillie.org/2005/06/10/ozy-and-millie-1467/, she lost her fur.
By the way, Ozy needs to stop Zin eating and get some meat on his bone.
Yep! Happens 2006, I think. She tries to stop him from losing his hair to the “curse”, but ends up stressing out and loosing her’s instead.
Oh lord, Ozy is so skinny. 😮 It’s funny how he looks like a Chihuahua when he gets his fur shaved. XD Ozy, you need to hide that thing from Millie.
Yeah, I love the characters and all, and of course Millie’s expression is adorable (in a devilish way) but… I can’t help but have my eyes drawn back to ozy. Mainly, the apparent extreme case of malnourishment. Maybe it’s just me, though. Idk.
Anyways, Just wanted to say, love the comic, and I really do like this pic.
That was worth way more than $5
“Almost some. Does that count?”
To be honest, DC, I kinda liked the older comic designs. This art is great, but I am a firm believer that the less lines that are used, the better.
It’s awesome! I love it!
I like the pic very much. Still i think that the arm reflection in the mirror could be better now it’s unaturally thin. Never the less great work, had the pleasure to discover your comic a year ago and i read all the content rather quick. Defenetlly one of the best internet comics i had the pleasure to read so far. Big thanks it reading and watching the strips brought me much fun. (Sorry for the linguistic errors, english is not my natural language :P)
I love that grin! 😀
If the strip were to be adapted into a TV series, this is what it should look like.
I notice that bullying is an issue that comes up a lot in your comics, especially Ozy and Millie. I worked for years in public schools and I have seen first-hand how badly children who are different in any way can be bullied and how schools themselves will often do little about bullying. Was bullying something you experienced when you were a child? If so, do you feel like your work speaks to those, including children, who have experienced bullying too?
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