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Webcomic / Three Jaguars

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Three Jaguars is a web comic on art, business and their mad intersection by M. C. A. Hogarth, a writer and artist. It would be slice-of-life except that the interior impulse are personified — so to speak — in the three anthromorphic jaguars: business manager, marketer, and artist.

During its active runs, it updated Mondays, Wednesdays, and (if she gets enough tips) Fridays.

The website is currently down, however on September 1st, 2015 a print collection was published. Found on the "nonfiction" section of the author's site along with a collection of columns and a book on running Kickstarter projects featuring illustrations of the jaguars.


  • Big "NO!": When Marketer sees that the "hot trend" is "cats with wings".
  • Cooldown Hug: Marketer uses this on Business Manager and Artist.
  • Freudian Trio: Artist, the impulsive one, fills the role of "Id"; Business Manager tries to keep her expenses in check, making her the "Superego"; while Marketer fills the role of "Ego" by trying to keep the peace between the other two. Though it would be important to note that like most other Freudian Trios they're more than simply an Id, Ego, and Superego.
  • Funny Animal: The three jaguars are anthropomorphic.
  • Genki Girl: The ever-energetic Marketer
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Artist. Marketer is full clad, and Manager doesn't wear anything but fur.
  • Hammerspace: Does Business Manager look like she has pockets? note 
  • Morton's Fork: Artist can imagine disaster both if the comic succeeds and if it fails.