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Posted on 20 April 2017, 01:31 UTC by:   moximoore    PM
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Posted on 24 March 2017, 01:34 UTC by:   kid07    PM
Score +17
I am fine with that if the storks bring the babies.
Posted on 24 March 2017, 02:19 UTC by:   TheRipped    PM
Score +75
@kid07 I would totally be okay with a stork being her midwife. XD

This looks promising. the art is sharp, the characterization seems okay so far, and it's an interesting, and not often touched on, topic. so, bully all around. Let's hope the author can keep it up.
Posted on 24 March 2017, 04:46 UTC by:   Xunkun    PM
Score +46
I suspect that first panel may be an edited photo of a building, but if the rest is 100% hand-drawn lineart: goddamn!
Posted on 26 March 2017, 03:40 UTC by:   1ncogn3a2    PM
Score +16
I know this is supposed to be an emotional doujin and all, but all that's going through my head is:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLHY0Pqeyzw
Posted on 26 March 2017, 06:35 UTC by:   Aquafinal    PM
Score +14
I once read a fanfic that started the same way and then had Nick storm off convinced that Judy had cheated on him. Lets see how this one goes.
Posted on 26 March 2017, 18:20 UTC by:   NinoM4ster    PM
Score +14
sounds promising!
Posted on 26 March 2017, 19:59 UTC by:   Project_Demise    PM
Score +19
I wonder, will this be a comic with Nick happy about it or really upset about it?
Posted on 07 April 2017, 10:54 UTC by:   hoigoigoi    PM
Score +17
Don't insert gop conservative joke here.
Posted on 07 April 2017, 19:35 UTC by:   Fronzel    PM
Score +21
She may survive

but the baby won't.
Posted on 08 April 2017, 08:20 UTC by:   muad-dib57    PM
Score +20
That last panel on page 7 may be the best a comic has ever captured the "dramatic soap opera moment." The tears, the head turn, the dropout of background...

Makes you want to scream "POR QUEEEE!?"
Posted on 11 April 2017, 22:36 UTC by:   Teocali    PM
Score +17
My bet is on the fact that she don't want to jeopardize her career. Will be spot on character for Judy.
Posted on 12 April 2017, 00:12 UTC by:   Fronzel    PM
Score +45
YOU'RE TEARING ME APART, JUDY!
Posted on 12 April 2017, 01:15 UTC by:   TwistedGoggles    PM
Score +16
It's a sad, sad, sad, sad, saaaaaaaaaaaaaad, sad, sad, sad, part of life.
Posted on 20 April 2017, 07:06 UTC by:   private_wolfbane    PM
Score +13
@memmoma right and if she's worried about who will take care of the kid after him/her is born If nick is this happy about having the kid I'm sure he wouldn't mind being a stay at home dad.

The whole, body being too small thing, i can understand because their are actually some women who can't have children because it might be a determent to their health.
Last edited on 20 April 2017, 07:54 UTC.
Posted on 21 April 2017, 05:52 UTC by:   sadikus    PM
Score +18
It's sad that the scene where Judy got pregnant is not shown...

It seems to me that the most advisable is that they consult a doctor before taking a hurried decision.
Posted on 24 April 2017, 12:06 UTC by:   Stedman75    PM
Score +13
There are an aweful lot of soapboxes in here... jeeze
Posted on 27 April 2017, 06:22 UTC by:   Morgath the Depraved    PM
Score +13
Today's drama about a young couples pregnancy will be played out by Nick and Judy hopps from Disney's Zootopia.
Posted on 27 April 2017, 18:17 UTC by:   Miles Hikari    PM
Score +19
I feel like I'm becoming far more invested in this than I should be.
Posted on 27 April 2017, 19:43 UTC by:   DrSarcasm    PM
Score +49
@Cyst It probably is your dislike of kids that's causing that opinion. Since I myself DO want kids, I'll try to explain.

Nick has spent most of his 30+ years of life feeling alone, with no real close friends. Judy comes along and he slowly and cautiously opens up to her. This evolves into a close romance, the closest he has been to another person since he was a kid. Then he finds out that she is pregnant with his child. Look at page 5, see how overjoyed he is? Fatherhood is one of the greatest emotional joys that one can have, and he's just been given it in a life that's lacked such happiness. Then he finds out that she (probably) plans to terminate the baby(s). This plunges his true joy into true despair (page 8), as not only has the joy of fatherhood been snatched away, it comes with the sub-textual undercurrent of 'I don't love you enough to have your child', 'I love you less than you love me', and 'My career is more important than you'. Judy isn't saying this, or even really meaning that, but in this context it is difficult for Nick not to feel that.

If anything, Judy is the one in danger of ruining their relationship. Such an irreconcilable difference in what two people want breaks couples apart like this all the time, but unlike if they had talked about this beforehand, he is finding out while riding the joy-turned-despair of discovering he is a father. To a person who wants to be a parent, this is a massive unforgivable betrayal not unlike finding your girl sleeping with your father/brother/best friend combined with your parents buying you a puppy and then drowning it in front of you. Perhaps an extreme example, but look at Nick's face on page 8 and disagree with me. If Judy aborts, then he doesn't even have the option of raising the kid(s) himself. The relationship as of the current page is on shaky ground, and an abortion would shatter it.

This isn't something that Nick can just 'let go' and forgive. To a person who WANTS to be a father, this is a conversation that is a defining point in their life. If it goes poorly, well...this is the sort of situation that can and HAS been known driven men into drowning themselves in a bottle and eating their gun.
Posted on 28 April 2017, 12:23 UTC by:   Pyr00tje    PM
Score +19
pg13: Shots fired!
Posted on 29 April 2017, 09:40 UTC by:   DefendinMyBase    PM
Score +13
Smooth as a gravel driveway there, Nick.
Posted on 02 May 2017, 08:08 UTC by:   Project_Demise    PM
Score +35
He's not wrong. That's exactly what she's thinking. Giving him five across the face doesn't change the fact that one of her big reasons for the abortion is her career, which in quite a few people's minds is not an acceptable reason to have an abortion. One of the reasons protection exists is to prevent unwanted pregnancies. They both should have used contraception, and punishing the unborn child for the mistakes of the parents is, in my eyes, wrong. I'm pro-choice, but the issue is far larger than simply a woman's right to choose.
Posted on 02 May 2017, 09:00 UTC by:   Caroline4    PM
Score +17
Nick is not wrong, but we lack of context before the pregnancies, like how Judy working hard toward her goal or all the way Judy living up with her career. With only these far conversation, it feels like Judy being a bitch for giving up their babies just for her career. wait ... what we arguing about? the justification or the pro-choice thing
Posted on 02 May 2017, 11:35 UTC by:   Darlumina    PM
Score +23
@Project_Demise

And why pray tell is it larger than a woman's right to choose?

Looking for support from her parents wouldn't work, but if that is where this heads next then they and not Nick would be the ones to at least make her consider going through with the pregnancy, of course should look to Clawhauser or Mr.Big's daughter (I forgot her name) since they are her friends.

No more debates about pro-choice or pro-life or for or against abortions because debating should be kept in the forums. Beside going by the wiki it is bad commenting and I'd rather not suddenly find myself punished by a moderator.
Last edited on 07 May 2017, 18:59 UTC.
Posted on 02 May 2017, 16:50 UTC by:   Project_Demise    PM
Score +42
@Darlumina Because in a pregnancy there isn't just one life in the balance. There are three: the mother's, the father's, and the unborn's. We can argue all day long about whether an unborn child constitutes a person, but at the very least it is a life. We could also flip the situation and Judy could want to keep it but Nick doesn't want to be chained down. This is why the argument is greater than simply a woman's right to choose. Both partners have an equal responsibility with contraception, so one cannot make the simple-minded argument of 'he made his choice when he came inside'.
Posted on 08 May 2017, 12:19 UTC by:   briancs159    PM
Score +62
She may have every right to get an abortion to pursue her career but he also has every right to dump her for it too. Her choice now has more consequences than she originally thought.
Posted on 08 May 2017, 22:25 UTC by:   Xunkun    PM
Score +70
:c

But.... I came here to fap....

;_;
Posted on 09 May 2017, 06:09 UTC by:   Fronzel    PM
Score +18
Judy's thighs are extra juicy in this comic but it will be nothing but telenovella drama.

I am very sad.
Posted on 15 May 2017, 22:11 UTC by:   Drago6696    PM
Score +27
From the Images on the mantel Nick is also a catholic, meaning this is going to be more wrong for him I'm pro choice myself but when it comes to romance and family which Nick and Judy have...

For the love of God did she think this was going to be simple did she think nick would just accept this without a fight, did she think it would be alright and everything could go back to the way it was!? This decision is going to destroy nick one way or another after being alone so many times after heartbreak after heartbreak and finally being with someone who loves him and then finding out he is going to be a father the look of joy on his face was so refreshing to see I remember when my wife told me she was pregnant I was the same way my world lit up like the love I was feeling could light a billion candles and if my wife then told me she didn't want it my god I would have never forgiven her we all need to remember being a champion for things is all well and good but when you can look and see how someone close to you might be destroyed by what you're a champion of your belief can become tainted, I'm rambling but this legitimately had me in tears because that's the only thing I could think of.

Being a father can be scary for a man but what most men can't admit is that it's like water you don't know how bad you want a drink until your told you can't have one.
Posted on 18 May 2017, 03:48 UTC by:   private_wolfbane    PM
Score +19
Something else to consider is that apparently the chances of her getting pregnant from a fox were extremely unlikely so to Nick this might be their only chance for a child and if he wanted children, now knowing that Judy would put work before family, he may feel that he can't see a life with her. He is free to leave just as Judy was free to leave when she found where he stands on it.
Posted on 18 May 2017, 11:37 UTC by:   Fadoseun    PM
Score +24
@ Natsumenukunuku Christian*. Also,to be honest, this comic has been rather fair. Right now, it's just a tough situation with both sides bringing up valid reasons and selfish reasons why they want or don't want the pregnancy to happen.
Posted on 20 May 2017, 16:55 UTC by:   NinoM4ster    PM
Score +25
WOW... pages 13 to 15 were TENSE
Posted on 22 May 2017, 05:03 UTC by:   DefendinMyBase    PM
Score +32
Somehow I don't think Judy would give birth to Hitler Satan, just seems unlikely.
Posted on 23 May 2017, 10:47 UTC by:   Kokachin    PM
Score +20
Judy should have been up front about not wanting kids.
Nick should have been up front about wanting kids.
Judy's reasoning may largely be "the pregnancy was highly unlikely," while Nick's is "oh, cultural default is having kids." I don't think either are good.
Nick may not want to continue a relationship, if the price is not having a baby. Judy may not want to continue it, if it means providing a baby against her will.
There are health reasons not to pursue pregnancy, such as dangers during childbirth, a long recovery period, and a reduction in telomere length. Once you've had a baby, your life will automatically be 4% shorter. This is the best case scenario. The career concerns aren't pulled out of her ass either. She can't do that parkour stuff without risk to the baby, so if she wants to continue as a police officer, that probably means a desk job for the next two years, at the very least. At that point she'd have to start all over again, because her initial efforts would likely have been dismissed as a young woman playing at a career until she settles down and has kids.
Nick has good emotional reasons to pursue the pregnancy. He desires this change in his life, although the cost will be far less to him. While both should have told the other about their views on offspring, he is the one seeking the change to the status quo, and thus had extra incentive. That said, assuming that everything went well with the pregnancy, I'm sure he would be quite happy. Of course, if she did end up dying or the like, he would likely have such a miserable existence that he would look back at his old life with fondness. But if it went well, sure. Happy life for him. Of course, parents who are both cops (particularly if still partners on the force) might not be entirely ideal, considering the risks. To be fair to the kid, one should probably find less dangerous employment. I think he would still be pretty happy about that.
Anyhow, assuming that both truly believe in their views, I think they should break up, feel miserable for a while, and find romance elsewhere. Assuming that their world is also rounding 7 billion inhabitants, there is probably someone else out there.
I don't see the author going there. I suspect that Judy will be the one giving in.
Posted on 23 May 2017, 21:14 UTC by:   Shinko.Aelith    PM
Score +32
Don't know how the pregnancy works in Zootopia, but if it's the same as our bunnies or foxes, she wouldn't have a long pregnancy (about 29-35 days for bunnies and 49-58 for foxes) : 1 month in the best case, and 2 for the worst. It shouldn't be a big problem to stop for this long, furthermore if Nick wants to become a stay at home dad, she could continue her career. The main problem will be with the size of the foxny (don't how how to call this kind of hybrid), knowing a baby fox weight twice to trice as much as a baby bunny. There could be complication, but she could still have a C-section if the baby is too big to go out naturally.
Also, "my body, my rules" ? Girl, you should have discussed this before, he has a say in all this, and if the pregnancy has all its chances to go well, she can still endure those 2 months and let him raise the kid alone if she really doesn't want it...
I'm for abortion if the pregancy is from a rape, or if it was by accident and BOTH the parents agree they doesn't feel ready for this... But if one of them want it, a compromise should be found...
Posted on 25 May 2017, 07:13 UTC by:   sirleirbag    PM
Score +22
The reasonable part in my mind says that she is right and can do whatever she wants with her body. But... There's still a big voice inside my head screaming SHE'S A TOTAL SELFISH BITCH!!
Posted on 25 May 2017, 08:14 UTC by:   JackMorrison    PM
Score +32
, Abortions should ALWAYS be a Last Resort. Have the Baby. Be a Woman, if your healthy, go for it.

Pregnancy is a part of life. Its all about responsibility and about your Gender purpose. Men were created to produce life, Women were created to GIVE life and bring it into the world.

Again, I will not take Judy's side here. Again, a Baby Mama's Role is to lecture the Baby Daddy about the importance of Child Rearing and the Price they'll have to pay for it and the liberties sacrificed with it. Its not all about her, its about the BOTH of them. NEVER ignore the Baby Daddy's feelings.

And again, 80% of all expectant Mothers are always healthy and if they have babies, THEY and the Baby are perfectly fine. Sequela is fairly rare, and only occurs in Women who are NOT in the best shape to gestate,carry and give birth.

I'm reposting my comment since SJW idiots downvoted it in a self righteous,callous attitude without READING my story of being BORN to a 19 year old SINGLE Mother who's Baby Daddy wasn't there for my birth and couldn't and didn't have the maturity to help raise me.

You SJWs are pretty callous, aren't you? I know Plenty of Pro Choicers. Your NOT a True Pro Choicer.
Posted on 26 May 2017, 12:23 UTC by:   briancs159    PM
Score +22
I'm with Nick on this one. If she had her heart set on aborting the baby, THEN WHY TELL HIM? She could have had an abortion secretly and no one would have been the wiser.

She wanted to be honest? TOTAL BS! She was feeling insecure about aborting the baby and wanted Nick to convince her that it was the right thing to do and validate her decision. Too bad that it blew up in her face.
Posted on 27 May 2017, 02:27 UTC by:   Nightmare_Knight    PM
Score +17
I have to say, of the few topics I look at here on e-hentai; I think this is one of the most hotly debated I've seen thus far. It's interesting to see how this story has stirred up people's emotions almost like the artist is trolling everyone who reads it. =)

But seriously, I have to agree with Briancs (before I read his comment). The main reason Judy told Nick was to have him agree with her that abortion was the "right" answer so that she didn't have to take the full burden on of destroying the baby(ies) by herself. She would have rationalized that Nick didn't want their child either and he was just as guilty of ending the life as she was. One could even wonder if she was serious about the whole relationship too; her thinking that they couldn't have a baby so she took no precautions to prevent it from happening. As a guy, if a woman told me she wanted intercourse without protection, then she must be wanting a baby. Not assume that she's taking the pill to prevent it by blindly believing that to be the case. Of course, even if a woman DID tell me she was on the pill, I would want to have some sort of proof of it beyond her word. I'm too old and wise now to think that women don't change their minds without telling you about it... >_>

So, was Nick right in thinking that by having unprotected sexual intercourse that she would want a baby with him? That would be my interpretation of her actions thus far. But as many others have pointed out, you shouldn't be having unprotected sex without the discussion of having children together. In Zootopia or in RL... ;)
Posted on 28 May 2017, 05:49 UTC by:   private_wolfbane    PM
Score +31
Page. 22 Roll credits

Also I didn't know Judy had claws
Posted on 28 May 2017, 06:47 UTC by:   SonOfSimba    PM
Score +21
very dark comic. but there is something so great about the art and story telling. I expect this to be the ending. but I expected more of a resolution. coming to terms. so the ending is a bit unexpected. but still the story is captivation perhaps for that very reason.
Posted on 28 May 2017, 08:13 UTC by:   hoigoigoi    PM
Score +29
This needs a prequel. Show us the "creation process" in graphic detail.
Posted on 01 June 2017, 05:36 UTC by:   (J)    PM
Score +22
23 pages for a comment war and nothing else.
Posted on 01 June 2017, 11:37 UTC by:   Petedash    PM
Score +22
WHAT DO YOU MEAN "END"???
Honestly , I hope it only means the chapter... No one can end a story like that.
Posted on 01 June 2017, 11:50 UTC by:   UrusaiSenpai    PM
Score +33
WHAT IS THAT END?!
Posted on 01 June 2017, 12:33 UTC by:   briancs159    PM
Score +40
Well, this was pointless and a huge waist of time.
Posted on 01 June 2017, 16:40 UTC by:   JackMorrison    PM
Score +50
Borba struck out with this contrived, forced and convoluted piece of shit.

Its like he trolled everybody.
Posted on 01 June 2017, 17:59 UTC by:   Triacom    PM
Score +27
So that's how this ends huh. Well that was remarkably anticlimactic, endings like that make me wonder why I bothered to read this since it looked to be going somewhere, and then stopped when it started to get interesting.
Posted on 01 June 2017, 21:01 UTC by:   progste    PM
Score +20
End? Meh, I expected more.
Posted on 01 June 2017, 21:46 UTC by:   knowall7    PM
Score +13
"And then she wakes up, it was all a dream. She shakes Nick awake, saying they need to talk about some things."

I know. Cop-out. But I needed something to help prevent my venting.
Posted on 02 June 2017, 06:11 UTC by:   Project_Demise    PM
Score +12
@happy-man99 Yeah. While I prefer the lighter stories, if this one ended happily after everything, it would have felt wrong.
Posted on 02 June 2017, 11:01 UTC by:   private_wolfbane    PM
Score +7
You guys realize if there is another chapter its probably gonna be years later with them being with different people they aren't getting back together this isn't a happy story.
Posted on 02 June 2017, 14:23 UTC by:   Nightmare_Knight    PM
Score +4
@Chojiin But... I Wish is like the total opposite of this comic. Nick & Judy get married and have a baby they keep together. Not to mention that Dogear made several other comics leading up to I Wish that show the sexiness of them falling in love and making sweet, sweet lov'in. Mmmmm... mating that tight bunny kit box. Wait, where was I? Oh yes... there still isn't an English version here yet of translated to English of I Wish yet. Unless someone snuck it in under an off category you can't find. There's literally every other translation of it now; Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Polish, French, Umgollimu-poa-poa... but still no English version. Someone feel asleep at the wheel of the bus or they're having a hard time not fapping each time they go to translate it and then tiring themselves out... ;)

BTW people that are unhappy with the ending. I made up my own. =) See... Judy was so heart broken that Nick left that she still needed him in her life, even if that was his child. So, Judy kept the baby and went to full term and had a beautiful little boy fox-bun. Judy learned it was very difficult but she was still able to be a single parent, raise her child with love, and still advance to Captain before turning 45. Judy wanted to show Nick their child and used all of her police resources to try to track him down but alas, he moved to another continent to find the meaning of life to help heal his broken heart and to forgive Judy and himself for that day. Chad, Nick & Judy's child, grew up strong and helped remove the stigmas behind the species getting along together and several predator/prey relationships flourished including the very public relationship between Gazelle and one of her Tiger back up singers and their three cute kids, James, Alexia, and Thadius. Judy would tell stories to Chad about how wonderful his father was and how on that one fateful day, she grew up and learned the most important thing in life. Had he not of had the courage to show her, then it wouldn't have been possible for him to be there today. So, Chad missed Nick and still loved him as a father and when he was 30 and successful, he went on a journey to find Nick on the other side of the world and found him. They hugged and cried and Chad told nick how happy he was and that Judy was doing great and still loved him. So, Nick embraced his long lost son, smiled, and told him he was ready to come back home.... The End. =D
Last edited on 02 June 2017, 14:44 UTC.
Posted on 02 June 2017, 22:32 UTC by:   Pyr00tje    PM
Score +8
@Nightmare_Knight https://e-hentai.org/g/1063800/7bdecb81e1/ Yes there is! :)
Posted on 03 June 2017, 02:24 UTC by:   Nightmare_Knight    PM
Score +4
@Pyr00tje Sorry mate, I messed up. You are correct, there is an English version of that story. The one I'm thinking of is "You Know You Love Me?". That is the latest story from Dogear that had Judy pregnant and having a baby but so far I haven't seen an English translation of that story yet. I hope they do it soon too. It has been since last August that it was first published and no one has translated it as of yet. Makes me all sad because I have a folder all ready to DL it when it comes out. It just sits empty for right now... ;(
Posted on 05 June 2017, 10:17 UTC by:   Pyr00tje    PM
Score +8
@Nightmare_Knight https://e-hentai.org/g/968900/c4998c804b/ You mean this one? :D

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