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April 7th, 2014, 12:29 pm

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EmmaVieceli, April 7th, 2014, 12:33 pm     Reply


The first drink spillage of any party is an event...but Ian does it with style. Clearly an innocent accident. *ahem*
Meanwhile, Cortland narrowly avoids becoming an event himself, it seems.

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raziesgirl (Guest), April 7th, 2014, 1:17 pm     Reply

I have a question
Please explain to me why is everyone walking around on eggshells when it comes to Cortland . Does his family own the town or something .

EmmaVieceli, April 7th, 2014, 6:15 pm     Reply


@raziesgirl : ooh, do you mean Cortland or spence? In Cortland's case, we're definitely picking up that there's a history here, along with Irena. She knows something about him that we don't just yet. But as far as most people in the school know, he's mostly quiet, a little stand-offish, and came to the school complete with a lot of weird rumours about his past.
Then there's Spencer, who is basically the school alpha male. He's bullish; a social top dog and not someone to piss off if possible. Though, Ian's known him a long time, so he's earned a little more lenience...a little.
I hope that helps. We have a lot to learn about these characters that will all come to light in time. ^_^

Theorah, May 1st, 2014, 2:43 am     Reply


lol Tanner's face in panel 7, the picture of innocence XD

EmmaVieceli, May 1st, 2014, 3:17 am     Reply


@Theorah: lol, yeah. Ian is such an innocent soul :D

CatastropheJones, October 30th, 2015, 8:05 am     Reply

One of my favorite pages
The irritable priggishness on Spencer's face has got nothing on the murderous fury in Cortland's eyes. It's like they glow when he looks back at Irena.

The close-ups on his face are brilliant. Irena with her 'Don't' and 'Leave it' and then Ian saying basically the same thing, and the following closeups on how he looks back at Cortland, just like Cortland looked back at Irena?

Goddamn, Emma/Malin, with the electric chemistry of the writing, and the thick-with-symbols/purpose art, I fall in love with this comic every time I re-read it.

Which is often.