The battle between unlikely heroes and demonic forces begins. <<Right to Left until Act 6>>

Twenty-Two

31st Oct 2018, 6:00 PM in Act Five
Average Rating: 5 (1 votes) Rate this comic
Twenty-Two
<<First Latest>>

Become a Patron!

Author Notes:

BlueDragon 31st Oct 2018, 6:00 PM edit delete
BlueDragon
Bear with me on this, I've just changed the font I'm going to use for all the normal speech bubbles. I hope this is not too jarring.

I am going to have all the pages match, it just takes time. If the mismatch does bother anyone, please know I'm not doing it to be annoying!

I just got a ton of opinions from various sources (including the forums here,) and the over all consciences is that Comic Sans is...not the best to use. I value people's opinions (especially when I ask for them,) so I'm enacting this change immediately, and will be working backwards in this act, and going to what I've completed of Act 1 to make sure those match.)

Thank you all so much for your patience! I know things are a bit of mess, but if you're this far you may have been reading since the beginning and don't even know what I'm talking about XD

Happy reading everyone! Oh! And Happy Halloween!!!

Check out the Halloween Crossover Exchange!

Comments:

MadJak91 2nd Nov 2018, 11:46 AM edit delete reply
MadJak91
Throwing the Bible at problems. Of course. Why am I not surprised. I mean also actually throwing the book like here. Hey, could have been worse. Apparently some nutcases throw metal crosses, lmao.

For some reason I though a dragon would be on friendlier terms with religious people but I guess a magical creature is still... magical. HERESY!!
BlueDragon 4th Nov 2018, 6:21 PM edit delete reply
BlueDragon
XD Yeah, I like that idea "throwing the book" at him XD

Kanna's still not over the "trying to kill her" thing. Rin has less to worry about, since she's not the one who gets possessed.

Side note: some of those Bibles get huge! Wow! And then some people have family Bibles that are fancy and old and date waaaay back. Suffice it to say, Kanna didn't throw the family Bible. She actually, more likely, threw her Prayer Book at him, but Odysseus wouldn't know the difference as he wasn't raised Catholic.