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Chapter 27: Cover

February 25th, 2016, 11:00 am

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

You know, this is one of those covers that's not very indicative of the tone of the chapter. Most of it is fairly lighthearted. Most of it. It was really just an excuse for me to do a matching cover with another character for the next chapter.

Question of the Update: Oh, I haven't asked this in awhile and I don't have anything better so, WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE DC CHARACTER?

Song of the Week: "Stories" - Trapt. I don't know, this just been a DC song to me for a LONG time, despite having little to do with anything in the comic.

And You Say...

Gothimo says,

I can't decide between Riza and Daemian.

KingKomodo (Guest) says,

I say Luna, because she seems like a pretty awesome fighter, and Xan, because FIRE.

Mr.Hollow Wolf says,

Morgai. She s very mysterious. :)

Mr.Hollow Wolf says,

Can I ask you a question?

Just for curiosity. In the future this comic will have to do something with Ragnarok? It's just that whenever I think about wolves I remember Fenrir. You know, that God which wil going to start Ragnarok.
Norse Stuff

Hazumirein says,

@Mr. Hollow Wolf: As much as I like Norse mythology, no, this story doesn't necessarily have anything to do with it. It's loosely (VERY loosely) inspired by Arthurian legend, but all in all it's got little to do with any particular mythos.

Mr.Hollow Wolf says,

ok. Thanks :)

Comments, anyone?