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Bonfire 1

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11th Jul 2018, 2:08 PM edit | delete

you know I like to end chapters with a sad bit and start them with a fashback ;)
This chapter is long so hold onto your hats!

addtitionally, you might notice a couple of cameos - francis and high-school-ified poet from hierain highs andbicycle boy respectively ;D


11th Jul 2018, 3:05 PM edit | delete | reply

Hehe, I almost didn’t recognize Bicycle Boy. It’s amazing what a change of clothes and a proper diet will do to a guy.

Who’s the black haired guy with the glasses? I’m torn between Justin and Cail with a dye job. The hair feels like Justin, but the skull feels like Cail.

11th Jul 2018, 3:11 PM edit | delete | reply

Ah, it's Justin. he's got his trademark condescending eyebrows and funny little nose.

11th Jul 2018, 6:45 PM edit | delete | reply

I think Dylan chose the right approach. Too late though... He should really go back to the source and think what actually happened between them and how. Dead ghost of his brother had to remind him of everything instead of them talking about it back then :(

Again, I think this is very true with many siblings and I know plenty of people who have or had these issues. And kids do a lot of dumb things like beating each other and sometimes even injuring themselves. Pushing somebody down the stairs is a lot but a lot of these issues are often looked back at as something dumb and funny years later but I guess not here :/

11th Jul 2018, 9:24 PM edit | delete | reply

I finally caught up with this wonderful webcomic. A wonderful piece of art I fell in love with under a day. It's been a long time since I felt such emptiness after I ran out of content, and I welcome this feeling back as a proof of something I truly enjoy.

To throw my own ideas into the pile, I believe Mr.Antagonistic-Suit is not real, and while I have my doubt on the benevolent version of Jeremy, I really hope he is real.
I actually went too far with thinking about this stuff, for my theories go to lands such as: Jeremy never ever even existed.

But anyways, there is one thing I cannot put my finger on: why is the title Raining Knives?

12th Jul 2018, 12:31 PM edit | delete | reply

Ah thank you so much! ;o; that's really great to hear!
The title is pretty meaningless haha
It's just a metaphor for heavy rain that I thought suited the kinda miserable themes. plus it rains a bit in the comic :')

12th Jul 2018, 12:54 PM edit | delete | reply

I see, thanks!

There is no better weather than rain.

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