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Webcomic: Interstellar Detectives
Interstellar Detectives is a Disney Fan webcomic. It's often mistaken as an Epic Mickey fan webcomic simply because a few characters from the game star in the comic. It made its debut on January 14,2011 on ComicFury [1] and still runs. Artwork, Character Designs, and Sketch versions of pages can be seen on the creators deviantART account [2]

The story is about Horace Horsecollar and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit responding to a summons notice that came from a disc, this however results in a confrontation with a space bounty hunter, Clarabelle Cow getting involved and Horace injured. Oswald makes his own discovery that his ex-girlfriend Fanny Cottontail is a intergalactic officer and Horace was a galactic vigilante and detective. This leads Fanny no choice but registering Clarabelle and Oswald as investigators and unlocking Horace's memories of his detective work.

The rest of the series revolves around solving cases around the universe, uncovering supernatrual secrets, and preventing the hellish downfall of the universe.

This Series Features Examples of:

  • Amnesiac Lover: In The Forgotten Memories Of the Lost Hero, Horace temporary loses his memories about Clarabelle. But either way is in love with her.
  • Amusing Alien: Lots of them...
  • Atonement Detective: Horace
  • Astral Projection: Clarabelle is able to in later stories but not just traveling in the world of the dead but able to travel in time without interfering or altering anything.
  • Backstory: There's lots of them, mainly meant for explanation.
  • Bad Cop/Incompetent Cop: Fanny is obviously one, mainly just not obeying orders and reckless driving.
  • BFG: Oswald's guns, one that's the size of those party favor water guns but is powerful like the Noisy Cricket from Men In Black and the other normal sized in the form of a 50's style gun.
  • Bounty Hunter
  • Clueless Detective: Oswald and Horace
  • Divine Comedy: The third story
  • Hero-Worshipper: Dalv
  • How We Got Here: Abducted and The Forgotten Memories Of the Lost Hero
  • Humanoid Aliens
  • Inspired By: An unmade premise from Disney called Maximum Horsepower
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Horace in the beginning of the series
  • Muppet: Uncle Deadly appears in an upcoming story
  • No Doubt The Years Have Changed Me: Fanny is no longer a damsel in distress but a smart alec feminist
  • Old Friend, New Gender: Apparently Fanny's hair over the years she was gone had grown to be a curly bob haircut. Oswald admits he couldn't even tell it was her until he heard Fanny's voice
  • Plausible Deniability: Fanny reminds Oswald of this when he asks her why she lied to him about living in a temple on Mt. Everest. She even reveals that by neuralyzing Horace of his intergalactic work, they were able to prevent the endangerment of Earth.
  • Please Don't Leave Me: Clarabelle in Abducted and part of The Forgotten Memories Of the Lost Hero is hoping Horace wasn't killed by the shot.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Dalv and "Space Madness" Oswald
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right: Pretty much the main four in the entire series.
  • Space Madness: Oswald develops this in The Forgotten Memories Of the Lost Hero, but is shown to slip in and out of it. Usually as a running gag throughout the rest of the series.
  • Taking the Bullet: Horace does in the first story
  • This Is Unforgivable: In The Forgotten Memories Of the Lost Hero Oswald is pretty angry that Fanny had lied to him about living in a temple on Mt.Everest

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