Innocence 9

09 May 2008


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Justin (Guest), 09 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


Weak bones, or abusive parents? Only time will tell...

amiko_16, 09 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


O________O
;_;

Zheyna, 09 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


Ellis DEFINITELY gets abused at home. I should have realized this sooner.

Zombie Mojo, 09 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


Aww... This is possibly the only time I've felt sad for a fictional character.

Even if it turns out she isn't abused at home.

biff_larken, 10 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


I think she just needs to drink more milk.

SamOnceRoyal, 11 May 2008 Reply to this comment!

I didn't know kids like that.
I'd love this comic about ten times more if it weren't for the apparent stereotype of how kids are at that age. They go from excessively immature to excessively overdone. I mean, don't get me wrong, I like this comic. I just think you could really rework your characterization in this chapter. They don't feel real.

Vixen209, 11 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


I am pretty sure that I was a lot like that as a child, so personally I like the characters and the way they are portrayed. I mean I wasn't abused but I think the characters are relatable. Good job Gibson and Mr. Steeves. (I still especially love the penciling)

ORYX, 13 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


I wish I could say that I never knew anyone in a situation like this one... those last three panels are scary good. I'd say terribly accurate even. After perusing the comments I feel an urge to argue that perhaps because we're experiencing the memories of these two that "stereotypes" are being used very well in exposing their shared childhood memories. As time passes and people reminisce, the details blur a little and the stereotypes are what's most often recollected, accurate or no. At least that's been my experience when it comes to actual children of the 80's :)

biff_larken, 13 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


My my, how strange is it that someone born AFTER THE 80'S has a difficult time relating to how a lot of kids were in THE 80'S.

Strange indeed.

Caramel, 14 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


Actually, I remember other kids, if not me, behaving like this up to 10 years old. Immature brats. :D

LongLiveRa, 15 May 2008 Reply to this comment!


my friends pulled this crap all the time, i dont understand childhood nastalga(sorry i cant spell some things just shouldnt be attempted in my current state) though. Prehas thats cause theres not much to look back on...who knows.



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