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Willowanderer on July 17, 2014
…. i drew them so I thought you might want to see.I've been really into the FATE franchise since Fate/Zero came out, so that's my only excuse.
at 3:32PM, Aug. 2, 2014
To finish my first comment (yeah, I speak too much... >_< ) : you did great with the foreshadowing, and finished just when an actual storyline started to form from the scraps. This wouldn't have been the first webcomic that started as a "just for fun" project, then turned on it's heels and became a more serious, well-written story. I read that you got bored with it, still, as I think it have some potential to become something really good, I hope you will continue it sometime in the future either as a comic or in written form. (Also, I hope you understood what I was trying to tell: English is not my mother tongue, so it can get complicated when I can't find something in the dictionaries. Also, it's 0:29 am here... What too much freetime and too high temperature can do... :D ) So, my point is: way to go! :) S
at 3:12PM, Aug. 2, 2014
Wow, new filler. :D
I have to confess: the first few pages irritated the hell out of me. I thought: okay, another webcomic with an I'm-so-cool emo-boy and a mindless, girlfaced comic relief whom we should love because of his looks and... something.
Then you started to portion those tiny little scenes like the 6th panel of the page on Oct. 29, 2006. So I thought: maybe there will be more in that character than what you showed us so far. Also, you gave us a perfect explanation why Victor's personality is the way it is - and, after the episode about his past (it was the part that really pulled me into the story), you proceded to stay in character. That latter was also a surprise: I totally waited for him to turn into some angsty crybaby whom we should mindlessly pity. Instead, he actually has a backbone.
The long and short of it is: what started as any other dull story with clichéd prettyboys turned out to have some depth and a story that really interests me. Well played, indeed. :)