Act Two, Chapter Seven: 018

10th May 12:00 AM, 2016 in Act Two: Chapter Seven
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Act Two, Chapter Seven: 018
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MsMegan 10th May 12:00 AM, 2016 edit delete
MsMegan
Anybody coming to TCAF this weekend? As well as tabling, I'll be speaking on a panel saturday morning, and doing a draw-along in the kid's area that afternoon!
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Mar-ee 10th May 12:24 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
I just love his expressions! I love your comic X33!
Brooke Colley 10th May 12:39 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
I'll be coming to TCAF on Saturday afternoon! I can't wait to see you again!
melaredblu 10th May 2:15 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
melaredblu
It's good to see he's able to articulate what's on his mind better here. He was having a tough time with it earlier, to be sure.
Alexandra 10th May 2:47 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
Wait for it...he will drop the bomb! So amazing art!
The Doodler 10th May 3:47 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
The Doodler
He's coming across as honest and tactful.
DS 10th May 7:24 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
"I thought some fertilizer and turning you toward the sun would do the trick but..."
MsMegan 11th May 10:46 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
MsMegan
See, here is where I wish we had a "like" button! I LIKE YOUR COMMENT DS! I THINK ITS FUNNY AND I LIKE IT!
Sophi(e)a 10th May 12:35 PM, 2016 edit delete reply
I love how honest he's being here, especially after all of the mystery of their last conversation (even if he did have no control over the things he couldn't say).

I really do hope he let's her talk, let's her tell him he can do for her instead of presuming anything.
Cat 11th May 4:00 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
Well, humans aren't plants, Beast. They are mammals. Just like... hey, a beast! =D
AbigailBrooks 18th Jan 9:55 PM, 2017 edit delete reply
AbigailBrooks
Your life sucked donkey balls, Beast, if your garden was the only high point in it. Gardening might be rewarding, but it is also dirty, sweaty work, and you will get insects down your robes and scratches all over your limbs. In any case, I can see the parallel he's making between caring for his garden and for Beauty--especially the "encouraging" part of it--though then he breaks the parallel in that beautiful final panel, which emphasizes the space between them and feels like a quiet, honest admission from him. I love it!