Everyone wears a mask. What we see of people on the surface is so rarely what’s ticking underneath. And, in Cortland Hunt’s case, what he’s hiding might just be more than Ian Tanner is prepared for.
Breaks is the story of two young adults coming to terms with who they were, who they are and who they’ll become.
It’s a love story…but a little broken.
Emma & Malin
Emma Vieceli is a freelance comicker, with titles including Vampire Academy, Avalon Chronicles, My Little Pony & Young Avengers under her art belt. She co-writes Breaks and provides art. Emma's Twitter
Malin Ryden is a prose writer most known in the field of horror and queer fiction in her native Sweden. Her work is regularly featured in Eskapix magazine. Breaks is her first foray into writing for comics. Malin's Twitter
@Ralend: eeehh.. homeless? married/in a live-in relationship? living in a chaotic commune? traveling in a van? housing in a tree?...
sorry for being bold and asking, your comment made me wonder. ^^
btw, since i ask personal - i can give some too: i DO have a room, a big one (and a few others). but i'm never alone - i share it with a big bunch of cats (winter, they're all in cuz they're too smart to freeze their asses outside, and instead of all shelves, window sill and their double bed, half love to pile on my bed, preferably on my legs). and this dump is a crumbling cold-ish piece of shit, too. but i "have a room". XD
I love going into people's bedrooms!! They are like a representation of the person living in them. I get real sad when its plain ones and not one poster D'X
So is Ian having an 'in my room meltdown' or does he have wallpaper that says that? XD
I have had the bedroom meltdown, mostly being in boys rooms because I know that more often than not its going to lead to a scenario that I'm gonna feel uncomfortable and have to worm my way out of DX
@portisHeart: Well, less of a room and more of a house. Its not to lesson how much I love my home, but it was different when I was young and living at home. I was really possessive about 'my room.' It kinda was a sanctuary. I guess that's universal. Now-a-days, there isn't one single room in my home I am particularly attached to. Kitchen, bath, living room, bedroom, spare bedroom, they're pretty much all the same.
@Ralend: if it matters to you (which it seems not to, really, but..) - what about decorating every room in a special way?
on the other hand, if they're all so exchangeable.. you can bunk in your bathtub, has its perks too ;)
putting other humans in rooms seems - to some people, not me - to make rooms attractive too i reckon. *shrug*
@portisHeart: I've lived in my house for over ten years and we've finally started decorating a bit now, haha! It took so long. But I'm finally feeling some connection to rooms as individual things again ^_^