Sounds familiar. Gotta say I love the artwork, I certainly hope Bea will draw this way again after the arc. Sedine looks extra cute! ;D
For those of you musically inclined, Sedine’s story is accompanied by Sheherazade Op. 35, a symphonic suite composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
Sam’s story is Chopsticks played by a child’s toy piano commonly found in Peanuts.
Wonder if this upcoming Sunday will be a “Third Party”/“Edith Bunker” witness account with less “Point-Of-View Bias” than Sam and Sedine’s recollections.
You think if Sam got a nose job he’d look like that?
He saw crazy and he knew it was time to get out.
Reality is not quite on speaking terms with what’s going on inside Sedine’s head, is it?
OK, so we have the “Men from Mars, Women from Venus” setup. Looking forward to Earth giving an accurate balance between the two accounts.
Careful, Sam. Sedine is entitled to a big ol’ slice of baloney, especially with those hearts in her eyes as she recalls you as a prize she was so very pleased to meet.
Anyface, do you keep count on the number of other faces?
I bet she menaced him when she met him.
I may hurl…
What I want to know: where are the other Sailwhore Scouts???
I think the bigger mystery is why Sam didn’t run away.
Doki Doki! I love this manga style.
Why is Sam acting like this? I thought he liked sweet things, and Sedine is telling one sweet story.
As much as I love Sedine’s romanticized take on their first meeting, I fear we’ll be seeing her as the crazy arteest (and Sam back as the redneck dirt bag with Roy as the Hank Williams Jr. wanna-be) tomorrow. Oh well.
Shōjo manga style. Complete with “Doki Doki.”
This oughta be good.
January 02, 2017