Has any one else noticed that they're such in a OK case cod so far none of the b other v characters have
@Hydra: ... What? Case cod? b other v?
@ChibiSilverWings: ugh my phones and typing is really annoying...
Book case* cos* and the b and v aren't meant to be there at all
Well this is a thing I didn't know about. MorphE should have links to all the various projects you guys do!
@Don Quixotes: Thanks for checking Sire out! We do have links to our other projects on our authors page over here: http://morphe.thewebcomic.com/authors/
It's funny how is nobody at all baffled at how they're stuck between books. xDD
@Hokova: that's what I was saying...
Also I don't think Alexis used them as inspiration but The way Susan talks to Anna reminds me of the Batman villain Scarface..
Alexis I hope this doesn't upset you... I know some authors can take offence from things like this, but its just something that I thought was a funny coincidence!
@Hydra: Wesker is a wonderful villain; I wish that DC did more with him. Whenever he pops up in a story, it has my full attention. The little friendship between him and Harley was (in my opinion) one of the sweetest moments that the Batman comics have had for quite some time.
And I don't mind comparisons; there's nothing new under the sun, and the joy in writing is seeing variations and new connections. Comparisons only get annoying when it's all someone says. I've got a friend who can't look at anything I make without going "Oh, so it's [insert popular concept here]!" all the time. But reminding you of an awesome character with one of mine is a success in my eyes.
@Alexis_Royce: I simply remember him from The Batman series where ever so often Scarface would turn and glare at him and call him a dummy cos of the irony and its what I get reminded of when Susan calls Anna "baggage"
I used to laugh at irony.
Now Susan's ruined it for me.
Why would Canta be hiding from her fiancee?