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Hundred Acre Woods - Multiverse

DC Comics are fans of the Multiverse idea.  Basically, they take their characters and dump them into a different world where they can behave totally different and have no impact on the 'real world' characters.

So... I got to thinking, what if I did this with Pooh Bear and the other characters from Hundred Acre Woods?

This is what happened...

Disclaimer:  
I didn't draw these!  I just took the original images, removed any text from them and added my own to make a somewhat coherent story!

The original image... The first inkling of tension between Pooh and Piglet.
I'd no idea where this was going to end up.  It turns out that it traveled all around the world via Facebook and WhatsApp.

Pooh is adamant he doesn't have Covid19....

It starts to get a bit dark now...

Hold on a second, are we missing someone???

Piglet realises what happened... 
Piglet swears to avenge his friends death!



Will there be more murders in Hundred Acre Woods?

False apologies...

Penny for your thoughts Piglet, a penny for your thoughts...

Digging a hole, digging a hole...


Is Pooh sick???


Is this the end for Piglet?

No, it's the end for Pooh...

Actually, it's the end for everyone in Hundred Acre Woods.

And that's it, that's the story of what happened in Hundred Acre Woods. I blame social distancing for it! There were a few others mixed in over the couple of weeks that had nothing really to do with the story, so I'll add them below:

Poor old Eeyore... He didn't fare well in these cartoons.

Even Christopher Robin could be a bollix in the Multiverse!

This was the first time I went full evil with Pooh.

Hunger sets in for Christopher Robin...

He might have been a murdering bastard, but Pooh still had a heart...



This one is a little more local than the others, Irish readers will understand it.



The rules don't apply to everyone in times of troubles...  Even when you get caught, nothing happens.



Happy New Year. Yeah, right... Another year, same shite.

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