Sorry I posted this so late tonight! I just got back from a renaissance fair, heheheh :3
Wow, I’m actually first to comment for once. That’s new.
Anyways! I’ve been reading this comic for awhile, binged on it when I first started reading, and now it’s one of my usual reads.
I’ll admit that sometimes there are stretches of too much emotional blah blah and less actiony stuff, but I can deal. Character development is good, as long as you keep true to the original concept of awesome monsters with amazing powers.
This series sort of has a ‘monster of the week’ sorta feel, and that’s not entirely bad. I hope that the characters aren’t immediately forgotten, and that they come back (Such as the baby and Greenie,) but seeing the new interesting monsters is really cute enjoyable.
My number one critique is just to stay true to the original concept, and don’t let character development through emotional drama break away from the awesome idea of body parts that become monsters. Instead have character development come FROM that.
Keep up the good work Magnolia.
I’m an artist for an upcoming comic, so I hope someday I’ll be able to work with you!
well for the sake of a thought experiment: before a monster jumped out of bina’s chest, she was a lonely girl who had trouble with her mom. the emotional drama appeared first, right?
Honestly I don’t really live for the action stuff. The comic’s just as much about the kids themselves as it is their monster parts. And well, sometimes I kinda enjoy the kind of immature drama, ’cause it reflects just how much growing these kids have got to do.
I don’t think your advice should be a rule, though maybe other people do want more action happening. I don’t know ^^”
Some day, I want to show up to a renaissance fair in some fancy 1800s outfit and insist that I’m a time-traveler from the future
Better yet, show up at a technology expo in an 1800s outfit and insist that you’re a time-traveler from the future, then proceed to misconstrue literally every modern day convenience around you unless it had been invented in the 19th century.
Lewis looks really adorable.
Poor Nate, he not only has the misfortune of being a kid but is stuck with buck teeth.
Aw. Adults are so boring.
Someone suggested that Nate might be related to Nancy, and at first I thought that might just be reading too much into things… but man am I catching some Nancy-vibes here. The body language and expressions are just so her. Coincidence? Perhaps…
Anyway, great page as usual. And I have no idea where this going… as usual.
Well, buckteeth, freckles, nasty attitude, I wouldn’t be surprised if they were related somehow.
Don’t worry Julie – adulthood seems boring at first, but then it gets better.
Then worse, then a bit less worse, then a period of borderline neutral before diving back to worse, then a tiny bit better….
I hope we get some Lewis character development, I like him. Best character 10/10. His face when he chucks them out is priceless.
hey is there any way I can get to the middle of this story without using the Chapter list or going page by page? I’ve been waiting a long time now stuck in chapter 10.
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