Tenshi Nova wrote:Still grammatically incorrect though.
As nice as it is for the story to plan out how and why each event happens, it's being extended to an unreasonable amount.
The last 4 pages could've easily been 1, maybe 2 if they really wanted to stress Chi's cunning.
The physics of Chi's body in the last panel seems off too.
Lolwutpear_126 wrote:For the comic page itself, I actually like it. I don't know why, exactly, but somehow, Chi's slowly growing on me. I just hope she'll get a bit more life experience and characterization and she might even become likeable to me.
Can't wait for the next pages.
At least it's a better read than Invader Zim...
Sigment wrote:As for IZ, you're entitled to you're opinion, but IMO, IZ's still just getting back up again, so it may be too soon to call it good or bad. But I'm optimistic.
Mercen-X wrote:In fact, the last few pages should have been put on reserve for flashback use because it would have made this comic at least THREE TIMES more interesting to suddenly see that Chi had been stabbed to death. We would wonder why and how.
Mon-Kitsune wrote:against an ultimately heartless father ultimately caring only about himself
Mon-Kitsune wrote: a logical conclusion is that Chi committed seppuku on Aku's orders.
Mercen-X wrote:Judging by the pacing so far, I expect the next page to have Demongo reacting to Chi stabbing herself and we'll be shown some weird shape-shifting thing about maybe splitting herself in two or something. Or somebody will come in and find her "dead" and react to that. Either way, it will still be Aku's place.
Mercen-X wrote:If they had any true sense of pacing, they would skip that and go on to Grim Castle because they can always come back to it later as a flashback. In fact, the last few pages should have been put on reserve for flashback use because it would have made this comic at least THREE TIMES more interesting to suddenly see that Chi had been stabbed to death. We would wonder why and how. Of course, it still wouldn't garner near as much interest as what's going on with Junior and them, but it would have been something worthwhile.
Blood Lord wrote:Mon-Kitsune wrote:against an ultimately heartless father ultimately caring only about himself
Which the comic has portrayed him in a completely different light, being one of the most caring parents we have seen in the Underworld as of yet.
Blood Lord wrote:Mon-Kitsune wrote: a logical conclusion is that Chi committed seppuku on Aku's orders.
How has that train of logic been formed?
Mon-Kitsune wrote:okay maybe not heartless, but possibly as someone whose love is very conditional, willing to dote on his offspring so long as she is a "good little girl" but enacting the harshest punishment at the merest level of disobedience (
Mon-Kitsune wrote:one possible conclusion one might draw is that Aku found out about Chi's love of Mimi
Mon-Kitsune wrote: if you take the last three pages away (as Merecen-x) suggested and leave just Chi on the ground with a tantō in her guts
Mon-Kitsune wrote:Because that is one of the more common circumstances where one does commit seppuku
Blood Lord wrote:Mon-Kitsune wrote:Because that is one of the more common circumstances where one does commit seppuku
I'm thinking more like Bleed and NEK thought it would be cool to do, or its used as some sort of proof to show her devotion to Mimi. It has absolutely nothing to do with the traditional ritual suicide, because Bleedman.
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