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posted Wed, October 28, 2015

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view keiiii's profile

28th Oct 2015, 9:25 PM

keiiii

That was a rather uneventful scene -- yet at the same time, extremely important. Ethan finally expresses (or discovers?) something he wants. Not something he needs to do, or is made to do, but something he chooses to do because of deeply personal reasons.

I'm going to take a short break before the beginning of the next chapter. Feel free to follow me on Twitter to keep in touch in the meantime. There will be an anniversary event announcement very soon!

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view fireydeath's profile

29th Oct 2015, 1:00 AM

fireydeath

That was great. Tbh I've always preferred scenes like this over their more action packed counterparts, in general. Their what gives any action or conflict it's spice

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view keiiii's profile

29th Oct 2015, 3:07 PM

keiiii

I think in a comic like this, it might even be the other way around: the action stuff is the spice, and THIS is the meat.

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view fireydeath's profile

29th Oct 2015, 6:20 PM

fireydeath

your correct, action is spice, and that's why trying to watch the transformers movies is like taking the cinnamon challenge

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view keiiii's profile

29th Oct 2015, 8:58 PM

keiiii

That... is an amazing simile. XD

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view alston123's profile

29th Oct 2015, 8:21 PM

alston123

Dang. I didn't think that was childlike; I thought it was very insightful. Nice bit of words there, Ethan. :3

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view keiiii's profile

29th Oct 2015, 8:59 PM

keiiii

I think childlike-insightful is a thing!

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view melaredblu's profile

29th Oct 2015, 10:36 PM

melaredblu

Bah, I bet she's basing a lot of that assumption on his lack of eloquence. Ethan doesn't get enough credit--he's really not an idiot. He's just way out of his element.

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view keiiii's profile

1st Nov 2015, 4:20 PM

keiiii

It's actually more about how he's identifying with the child (Danbi) rather than the parental figure of the situation, but you're right. He really doesn't get enough credit.

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view NeilKapit's profile

5th Nov 2015, 8:37 PM

NeilKapit

Sadly, people not only use language to discriminate, but use a misunderstanding of other languages as impetus for discrimination. Be it in Keol or reality.

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view Kevtrev's profile

17th Nov 2015, 2:03 PM

Kevtrev

Just found this comic today and read it all. Didn't think I'd reach the latest one so quick!
Intriguing story and characters so far, looking forward to more :)

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view keiiii's profile

18th Nov 2015, 11:40 AM

keiiii

Wow! I'm glad you've enjoyed the story so far :D Thank you for letting me know!

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view Steven-Vincent's profile

30th Dec 2015, 11:16 PM

Steven-Vincent

Nooooooo! I'm at the end!

This is a very engaging comic, with a great story... and amazing art. Keep it up.

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view SunnySideUpSmile's profile

7th Feb 2017, 6:56 PM

SunnySideUpSmile

Size of a bull?

Let's hope that's a compliment. ;)

Love the story! :D

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view keiiii's profile

7th Feb 2017, 7:47 PM

keiiii

Perhaps the biggest "compliment" is the unspoken one: she finds him silly and naive, but still likes him (and even respects him) enough to consider what he said.

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7th Feb 2017, 8:16 PM

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