May 26th, 2014, 12:30 pm

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EmmaVieceli, May 26th, 2014, 10:40 am     Reply

This is the last page of the prologue! Next week, the cast are back at school and out of their formal clothes; but some parts of the dance won't disappear quite so easily.
See you then! ^_^

Fun fact: In the printed version, the final two panels are switched, leaving the prologue ending on Spencer's ominous expression!

MalinRyden, May 26th, 2014, 2:28 pm     Reply

Starting this week we will have a few small treats for you readers as well, little short stories tying in to each chapter. The first batch out is called Other People’s Clothes, and takes place right before the prologue starts (yes, we will lag behind since we do not want to spoil you on actual comic events.

There will be five parts, one for each character, and Ian has gracefully chosen to begin:

Other People's Clothes part 1: Ian

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raziesgirl (Guest), May 26th, 2014, 2:46 pm     Reply

This could be bad
So Spence's family is that powerful that people must listen to what he Say's without any flack or backtalk or you'll be in trouble ? So they are expected to let him say and do whateve even if Spence is wrong ? Just stay silent and be obedient what is he royalty ? The son of a diplomat or a mob Boss I don't get it ?

EmmaVieceli, May 31st, 2014, 6:22 am     Reply

@raziesgirl : it's all a lot more simple than that in the playground battlefield...spence is a bully. He's big and he's strong and he is the top dog at school. He has a gang of people who will jump at his word (even Ian, to a point) and people just don't cross him because they're liable to lose. Cortland just proved that, when poked enough, he is just as ready to win...which will shake things up for sure!
Thanks as always for commenting. It's so nice to know people are reading! ^_^

Theorah, June 18th, 2014, 2:54 am     Reply

'he never played fair'. w-w-what does that mean? ;_;

IronDog, October 27th, 2016, 1:46 pm     Reply

Is that a teacher staring at them without doing anything? And oh dear... An actually slightly intelligent bully. This could be bad.