Hey /co/ I've got a present for you, hot off the presses. Posting may be a tiny bit slow as I'm still cropping and resizing some pages.
Breaking storytime to let you know I'm reading and this is great. Thanks!
Hey thanks anon. I liked it so I bought two copies for storytime. Destroying the second copy to scan hurt. It's a beautiful book.
I also have the full sized scans which are 4700x6600 which I'll upload to mega for Win'O tomorrow.
Yeah I imagine one could make wallpapers out of each panel if one wanted to.
Again, apologies for slow posting. I forgot there's a two page spread and I'm having to stitch the scans together.
Hope /co/ enjoyed it! The mega file for the full sized scans will be posted in the win'o thread tomorrow.
Loved the contrasts between the (apparently) lighthearted world of tiny people and the raw, emotionless of the elements that have a bigger proportion.
Too bad it felt like it ended very abruptly, but probably that was the point.
I assumed the Princess and her followers ganged up on redheaded woman and killed her.
On some of the panels, you see a bunch of pencils protruding out of the ground near the girls head. Maybe she fell on them and that's how she got killed?
The one with the glasses
She seemed to at least feel bad about having to follow the bitch queen and her Shin-Chan looking toady, but she was killed off too.
This is probably one of the best comics I read in some time. Thanks anon!
>how did the girl die
maybe she just slipped in the rain and hurt her head? I mean, nothing happened to the body, it's pretty rare someone would just murder a kid and leave the body lying around like that.
>you see a bunch of pencils protruding out of the ground near the girls head.
I think those were erected as sort of spears by the insane one that never wanted to leave the body and moved inside her skull?
I... I was but now...
I mean, I read the first ten or so pages and thought it'd make a good gift for a friend of mine but having read up until here, it's just so dark. So horribly, horribly dark ;_;
I read this the first time last year. I bought it at my local comic shop in the city. In less than 24 hours, I returned it.
That's what I get for reading a creepy-ass book on a full stomach
I'm still trying to figure out how she died. Theres a part where her hands shown cut that might suggest a struggle and the fact the woodsman wanders the area would suggest that he would of seen the body eventually after all that time. But it's weird to just leave her like that.