Published On: March 6, 2010

5 thoughts on “Chapter Two – Page Fourteen

  1. Thank you. This has been a rather enjoyable comic, and I like your cast and the artwork. I’m not quite sure what the larger story is, but it should be fun watching it unfold.

    1. Thank you very much! :) We’re having a lot of fun.

  2. Hee~. It’s cute how Brind can climb up the chimney like some sort of flaming Santa Claus of Doom.

    …where do these ideas /come/ from? Now I am imagining a giant sleigh of hay and wood, alight, pyre-like, pulled by eight tiny demonic reindeer. o_O Probably Santa Claus of Doom is the one who delivers presents to all of the really bad children. The ones who are too dangerous for Normal Santa to even get near. Ha ha ha, he is totally LeChuck, post-retirement.

    Ahem. Right. Comic. Comic. On topic now. Right.

    Your dialog continues to vividly evoke each character’s unique personality. It’s fun.

    Does Tulinn ever get cold? I wonder if heat transfer, or even the laws of thermodynamics still apply to her… (The idea of Brind shivering in a cool breeze is quite amusing, though.)

    (Say, does Hrae not cast a shadow?)

    1. Bwa ha ha ha. And, thanks! I worry about the dialogue a lot, so it’s good to hear it’s working, at least from the outside.

      I’ve been toying with whether or not to reply to your question about Tulinn, and I’ve decided I will! The answer is no. There, all your curiosity is satisfied now, I’m sure. XD

      Also, I’ll be honest: I had totally failed to consider whether or not Hrae casts a shadow. Weird magical effects aside, she has mass and is three dimensional, so I guess there’s no reason why she wouldn’t. Wacky.

      1. Hrae’s shadow is a thing I hadn’t considered either. But now that I have, there will need to be something new to display for them, hmmmmm?

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