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“Inconclusive?” I’d love to hear the details on that one!
Don’t feel bad Sera, I had my first real kiss in my twenties too!
I, too, am interested in more tales of young Sera and Tess. Also interested to know what the specific results were.
This revelation does put an interesting spin on the whole “I love you, Tess… NO NOT LIKE THAT!” phone conversation from the previous chapter,
I smell a prequel! 😀
Details on the giant mechanical spider rampage Tess went on at their school would be fun!
Really anything involving Tess being Tess works for me.
I love the idea of a book involving Sera and Tess in their teenage year!
Let’s make a kickstarter to gather a bunch money so we can “force” Aaron to make one. 😉
nah…you know how prequels can go…im satisfied with this story
Yes, when they suck they are a swirling vortex of desecrating, pitiful horror. But when they rock they ROCK! Very little middle ground with prequils. Like spinach, and rap music – love it or hate it.
There is no middle ground because if a prequel is decent people will still hate for not being good enough.
Although any book with Sera and Tess will be awesome I think! Ha ha ha ^_^
I’m not liking the smug look in that last panel…
I haven’t been liking her for a while.
She comes of as way sketchy.
Sweet! I ain’t alone!
You are sooo not alone. I can’t tell if she has a nefarious motive or just has an odd way of flirting…
Thank google I’m not alone in this!!! She’s totally up to something!!
Thank google!?! HA! That’s hilarious! I’m gonna be using that from now on. 🙂
I remember reading in an interview with you some time ago Aaron that you admire artists who “really know how to work a mood”. This is something I also admire in artists, and I happen to think you’re brilliant at it.
Another gorgeous SR page to inspire me and make my eyes WOW.
“Let’s go deeper” eh?
Nudge nudge, wink wink.
I gotta say the panel where Sera says “the results were inconclusive” is probably the most mature view of Sera we’ve yet seen.
Yeah, she looks pretty mature there. I think it fits her =).
HAH! That’s cute and funny.
I’m however torn between wanting to like her, and wanting to be overprotective of Sera – especially since the name of this one is “Break Your Stupid Heart.” I’m violently yelling “Don’t you hurt her, you hussy!” in the back of my head.
I know just how you feel. Sera’s a big girl though (figuratively speaking) and this will be a valuable life lesson one way or another.
Reminds me a family I’m friends with. They’re part of a Native American dance group. Their adult daughter put a date with herself up for auction as part of a charity event, with her family’s blessing, naturally. It was an old fashioned, frontier style date, and her family chaperoned, naturally. Discretely of course, a brother or dad waiting at random points on the couple’s walk, smiling ever so politely while sharpening a knife or polishing a gun. Naturally.
i don’t like that look…
I’m beginning to cry. This is giving me horrifying prom night flashbacks.
Sera doesn’t say if the “inconclusive” lesbitest result was for her… or for TESS! lolz!
You read my mind!
Now I wanna see the kiss between Sera and Tess :i
I had an idea a little while ago. Maybe Maddy had a thing against witches because of the bus incident and the explosion + hand = eight fingers. Then she saw Sera fighting Stiletta and realized Sera’s life hasn’t been some ivory tower ideal, she’s been through a lot of crap, just like everyone else. And she missed her chance for really fun and interesting relationship with our little witch. So she’s here now trying to either see if things could work out between them or tie up loose ends, even if she slips into her old habit of witch bashing now and then.
And who’s ‘stupid heart’ is going to break? Sera? Maddy? Tess? Maybe Kelton, or maybe nobody, remember ‘So Long Crestfallen’ ended up about Sera *staying* in her home town.
You make a very interesting point. While she does seem to (understandably) harbor some lingering generalised animosity toward witches, she does seems to genuinely find Sera appealing. I think she may be trying to open herself up to possibilities. Getting to know Sera does seem to be shattering some long-held prejudices (“almost human”). Mustn’t let the title of the chapter sway our expectations too much.
Because of this comic, songs about flying make me think of Sera flying, whether it be like this or when she flew to Oxford.
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