Perhaps it isn't so strange that Silversmith thinks someone else killed Paul. He doesn't seem to have had any trouble with the others...
Oh crap, I don't want to meet a serial killer......
woah this page is creepy D:
i-in a good way XD
:0 Holy crap...!! This is amazingly toned and drawn... and just absolutely terrifying!!
Its no wonder they didn't suspect the girls, if the entire American branch was killed by someone they know, then why would they? Wow...
I am starting to suspect "Jack the Ripper"
Even though he was an actual person.
This was amazingly well drawn. The segmented arm is particularly nightmare-inducing. D8
Why do I think that the two touching arms were related to Romeo and Juliet's families? Anuyway, this page ROCKS! It's so scary and gory: it's PURR-FECT!
Kinda peeved at dude. Redirecting anger from Emile to random-psyco-killer. Rawr.
Who would the American Lineage people have been?
More importantly would they really have been so weak as to all be wiped out, or did a few survive secretly?
I imagine the American haven would at the very least have had Huck Finn, Tom Sawyer, Captain Ahab/Ishmael and John Proctor/Abigal Williams.
And if it's not too recent, then a Gatsby too.
And if wish fulfillment is a thing and we can ignore publication dates entirely then an Atticus Finch child.
Not sure who I'd single out but Orweal would be a very good author to mine for lineage children, too.
I am going to have nightmares now.
Now, I may be looking for hidden meanings that just aren't there, but is the massacre of the AMERICAN lineage haven a subtle metaphor for America's increasing amount of non-readers?
@stkbayfield: Don't forget George and Lennie.