Webcomic: Plush And Blood
Plush and Blood us a Furry Webcomic written and drawn by Corey Messer. All of the characters in this comic are plush stuffed animals instead of standard issue organism type people. Uniquely starts off with title screens just like a movie.Read it here. Or you can start here. Rated NSFW Mature for violence, blood and dismemberment.
Tropes featured in this webcomic:
- Action Girl: Katt is just as capable of dishing out mayhem as Fox and/or Gray.
- After the End: The Unstuffed arc ends with Brown's utopian city being nuked. The first few strips of the Memories Threads arc are filled with descriptions of the resulting devastation.
- And This Is for...: After curb stomping a deer plush, Katt snaps off his one remaining antler "...for insinuating I was convoy".
- Bash Brothers / Back-to-Back Badasses: Fox and Gray seem to enjoy mixing it up with Brown's Invincibles.
- Big Bad: Despite his diminutive size: Brown.
- Brains and Brawn / Big Guy, Little Guy: Brown is a small Hitler expy hamster in control of the Order of the Broken Circle. #1 is his seven foot squirrel muscle.
- Brainwashed: A large portion of the general populace has been imbued with a mind control fluid called E-Fill. They obey President Brown without question or pause.
- Break the Cutie: Sally winds up catching this at maximum strength.
- Carnivore Confusion: Invincible VI (squirrel) bites the shoulder of Fox (fox), drawing blood on page 136. Justified in that the characters are not separate species, but rather different models of plushies.
- Crapsack World: Either end of things, really. Choose between a world of mind controlled, instantly obedient thralls under a tyrant, or an 'After the End' complete with cannibals, slavers and maniacs.
- Elite Mooks: The Invincibles are squirrels with Roman numeral insignias and superior combat and command skills.
- The Empire: The Order of the Closed Circle was Brown's idea for uniting the world. Under his personal control.
- Girl in a Box: Katt was found by Fox and Grey stuffed in a warehouse crate on page 39. Hers was the only crate decorated with safety tape and warning labels.
- Godzilla Threshold: Someone hired the Devil's Hands. Who promptly destroyed the largest city on the planet, and caused a worldwide apocalypse that, even after the time skip leading into Memory's Threads, has made the world an even more unpleasant place.
- Mama Bear: After Katt takes someone in do NOT be the one dumb enough to threaten her adoptive child.
- Nice Hat: Fox's fedora.
- Sawed-Off Shotgun: Fox's weapon of choice.
- This Is Going To Suck: Brown gets bounced off #1's shoulder.
- Unsound Effect: Door, face, feedback, scuffle, hurting. All these in the first dozen or so pages.
- And "Potato" when Sally is doing some light thievery in a village market.
- Walking the Earth: Katt seems to be searching for the keys to the restoration of the world.
- Shout-Out: Fans of Brian Jacques' 'Redwall' books will know the reference to Martin of Redwall in the short story "Brown".