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Issue 20 - Page 20

Jacob Roderick, you G-D idiot...!

We're nearing the end of this issue which always makes things a little tricky. Four more to go. Which means I need to start working out ideas for the next cover. Oh yeah, almost forgot about that.

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Comments [23]:

And that just was a gut punch out of nowhere.
Right to the kidneys.
She had to find out somehow. He could blame Puck, but... :(
He could, but with Puck only partially to blame it likely wouldn't occur to him to do so.
I'm worried that she just used his real name in the realm on the Fey.
I don't think that applies to humans. And it was only his first name, not his full name.
Yep, it has to be the full name for it to have any power.
I wonder if in the next pageel he's going to explain that he traded his freedom to get the names she needed to help her protect their people
I'm pretty sure she knows that already. Her ability with logic is just getting pushed aside for emotion at the moment.
oh man... Moraine... I want to hug her like nothing else right now.
Mori needs a hug, a hot bubble bath, a carton or two of cookie dough ice cream, and a few gladiator movies.
Welsh Halfwit
Give her a hug, Maid. Nuts to rank structure this once. Did you know, lady Darc, that Precocious comic now has a character based on you? (See the comments)
I saw that. She has my hair. *ruffles the little girl's hair*
Wm. Van Ness
We know she got over it enough to eventualy marry someone else back in the mortal world; at least I assume so, as she had a legitimate son. Still again, as nothing has ever been said about her having a Prince Consort,could she, as Queen or heir apparent, have legaly married someone stuck in Feyrie?
She does have a Prince Consort, yes. We'll meet him in the side series. While she likely could have marry whomever she wanted, there would have been social repercussions. As for marrying someone stuck in Fey, while possible it wouldn't result in a child. Fey-locked mortals are unable to have children. :(
Wow. Her reaction is simultaneously unexpected and inevitable. Powerful stuff.
Thank you. *blush*
Well, as suspected, she really did care for Spooky as far more than a simple agent. And Spooky? Well, it has been more than obvious that his devotion to her was more than simple duty could attest to. One COULD say that he has made MORE than the ultimate sacrifice for her. He has literally given up his mortal life for her, while still being alive, but can now never be with her. In many ways, a truly Shakespearean tragedy in it's scope.
I knew being forced to read all that Shakespeare in school would mess me up.
So, they've said before that if you eat the fae food you cannot return to the mortal realm. What exactly happens if you try to go back?
You burn - Issue 19, Page 4.
To echo an earlier comment, Mori's reaction is powerful, expected...and unforeseen by poor Jacob who thought he alone would bear the cost of his choice. Speaking of choices, this developing arc shows a number of artistic and storytelling choices that are just freakin' excellent. Sweet work, Darc!
Thank you! *blush* I've been trying to push myself a bit lately to help improve things. :D