This page describes content which, while legally created, was not licensed by the Walt Disney Company. Til Proven Guilty is a comic half-pager written and drawn by Aristide Twain. It features Juliet-178 and Pythagoras-858, of the Crew of the Copper-Colored Cupids.

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Unmistakeable engineering racket make Pythagoras-858 rush into Juliet-178's house to make sure she isn't contravening regulations again by building sentient robots without a license. Juliet denies the accusation when he voices it — but the robot she had been building, on the other hand, does not.

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Til Proven Guilty was released in June of 2020 in the Crew of the Copper-Colored Cupids website. It was the 30th regular comic strip on the website, hence the occasion being marked by the first appearance of Juliet-178 in the comics.

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