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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 creator's 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.

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The rest of the series revolves around solving cases around the universe, uncovering supernatural 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.
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  • Bounty Hunter
  • Clueless Detective: Oswald and Horace
  • Hero-Worshipper: Dalv
  • How We Got Here: Abducted and The Forgotten Memories Of the Lost Hero
  • Humanoid Aliens
  • Inspired by...: An unmade series for The Disney Afternoon called Maximum Horsepower (here's more info on it and other TDA shows that didn't make the cut).
  • 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.
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  • 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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