An extra page today, just 'cause I like your face, kid.
More explaining going on, with a Hyde, Jeeves, and cat-covered Bertie Wooster. XD
Aw, kitties! And love the middle panel~
Susan might be descended from Edward Hyde, but Anna was descended from Jekyll DDD< ((I know that doesn't make any sense but STFU))
I really like this concept, I can't wait for more pages~~~~ :dances:
By burden, she means being stuck with an agressive cussing alter-ego, being uber-dedicated to the law, speaking in the third person and having to cover up your skin, making food out of people, and being stuck caring for Hugh Laurie, right?
Seems that I'm in a mood to lay comments everywhere... Just struck me that she says "most peculiar ancestor".[Slight spoiler] I suddenly interpret it as a possibility that a character could carry vastly different lineages, even contridactory ones. Like even if a powerful lineage is supposed to orientate his descendants' lifes, multiple sires opens an array of unexpected turns in the narration, due to the influence of a secondary ancestor. Secondly, a descendant could be badly mislaid regarding his heritage, but becomes sufficiently "interesting" to supplant his main sire/dame. Then how is defined the prime influence, what formulas describe this phenomenon? What's the point of this comment, why I'm writing everything as questions? (Answer: easier way to communicate.) I'm not sure, could be to participate and bring a little view of what at least 1 reader thinks when reading this comic.