You just know the next comic will start with her already having defeated the zombies, and later have her one shot the witch. It's all just a edgy comic for the sake of being edgy.
>i chose to come to this thread, why do i do this to myself?
it's the nature of /co/. to bump the same storytimes they hate and talk shit about cartoons in their respective generals. nothing new.
>Almost nothing but gross out.
>Combat is not satisfying.
>Gore is not even that good, just gore for the sake of gore.
Even the plot sounds like something out of a horrible omegle RP.
My guess is that she was young, dumb and sucks a riddles. After a while she started to aimlessly search and having a short attention span causes her to not listen to any advice leading to aggravation and stress which leads her to search for instant gratification she finds at the bottom at every mug at a bar.
If anything I'll say this issue was slightly better than the first just by giving us a view on how Gertrude must've had a pretty good Earth life and giving her lightbug sidekick some more screen-time.
Ok, how strong is this brat?
I hate it when there's a abundance of gore and violence and avoid saying shit or mother fucker in over the top comics or shows
It like saying being a craze killer is not that bad if he or she doesn't swear like a sailor
You already have the guts and blood so why not just have your characters actually say mother fucker?
>You already have the guts and blood so why not just have your characters actually say mother fucker?
I've always assumed that's what they were saying but Fairyland magic is censoring it making it come out as "fluffer" and such.
Also, weren't you dead?
Jesus, if this was an adult swim show you'd all be sucking this titles dick. It would be the fantasy counterpart to rick and morty. Instead its all "edge" "edge" "edge". This comic is clearly telling you that its satire of fairytale cliches with violent shock humor.
So far the opening narration gag is pretty funny. It reads much better if I'm imagining it as an animation.
If it was animated, it'd be inherently more than just the static imagery we're seeing, anon. We might even see actual action instead of brief movements and cutaways/cut-ins.
The comic is very pretty, few are arguing against that. But the humor is lacking anything particularly special. I enjoy the 'fluff' talk, but I can definitely see how it'd grate, and, frankly, I'm not going to be satisfied if the cliffhangers end in off-panel sequences that might actually be engaging, like the fight between her and the bounty hunter.