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Author Note

24th Jan 2018, 4:29 PM edit | delete

A good nap was not had.

Woah! 100 pages! Soon we'll *finally* be back at the pre-reboot point


24th Jan 2018, 7:10 PM edit | delete | reply

Did he pass out or a dream? I am guessing it was a dream. Then how long was it? Just the previous scene?

It is going to be quite the mindblast if it turns out the ghosts are only real in his dreams but I doubt that because then Dylan would have dreams lasting for a whole day and highly realistic (not counting ghosts) (not that that cannot happen).

Ghost Suit Jarry is right though. Whatever meaning it actually is. Dylan just does not have the absolutely mind of steel approach and I guess the guilt is going to be the end of him (whatever meaning) soon. Even from an absolutely normal perspective, he cannot join the rest of the world anymore. If he is going be found out or not, it will crush him...


24th Jan 2018, 9:43 PM edit | delete | reply

Reality getting a little tricky to discern ;)

That's a very doomsday prediction for poor Dylan! Maybe what Suit Jerry wants him to think...

24th Jan 2018, 7:39 PM edit | delete | reply

There's a lot to be said here, but I'd just like to point out how incredibly stylish Chris is.

24th Jan 2018, 7:39 PM edit | delete | reply


25th Jan 2018, 5:35 PM edit | delete | reply

Sorry about the late comment.

Anyway, I really have to compliment you on the transition. You could've easily just ended it there and cut to Dylan hanging out with Chris, but the disorientation from walking in circles to inexplicably waking up was really really well executed.

Anyway, the blackout certainly adds some credibility to Dylan murdering Robin, at least as far as Dylan's concerned with opportunity and not remembering it after. He's still utterly lacking in the motivation department so I'm still considering him innocent at this point.

And huh… the black rose. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that associated with the caretaker's daughter?

25th Jan 2018, 9:27 PM edit | delete | reply

There's a bunch of them in her place, anyway: http://je-re-my.webcomic.ws/comics/34. Maybe we'll see more of her soon!

25th Jan 2018, 11:38 PM edit | delete | reply

Ah thank you very much about the transition!
Again, won't comment on the theory ;) I'm little stunned (and very happy) that the small details aren't going unnoticed :D

26th Jan 2018, 12:23 AM edit | delete | reply

I was having trouble getting to Comic Fury websites for the past week or two, but whatever the issue was seems to have corrected itself now, so I've caught up again. There's a lot going on in only a few pages, but I'm not sure I can offer any insight that hasn't already been covered in the comments so far. Wooster's astute observations and Omar's theory have been very instructive though, so I'll mull it over for awhile and maybe something will pop up.

Great art these last few pages though, in both composition and detail, especially those circular panels! Must have been a PITA getting everything to look right.

26th Jan 2018, 12:26 AM edit | delete | reply

That's a really nice contrast you've got with the last panel. With the way it's coloured compared to the above panel, it seems garish, in a subtle kind of way. Nicely captures the feeling of waking up abruptly...

And that's a pretty disturbing dream, right there.

26th Jan 2018, 7:04 PM edit | delete | reply

Thank you Jammy ^^

Plot twist The whole comic was just a dream

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