Storytiming Over the Garden Wall #4 because I love it
Love the art by Jim Campbell, he captures the characters really well.
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Almost forgot to link to the full download
When I read this the first time I wasn't sure where she is here.
Is she in her own version of the Unknown? Is she in her real home? Or is she dead?I know it's meant to be vague, just wondering what you guys thought.
Yeah, although volumes 1, 2, and 3 are definitely not as good as 4.
whoa, nice. i feel bad about stealin em but i'm poor and comics are wayy too goddamn expensive
prolly gonna go read the adventure time comics first though. i bought a bunch of em and the first time they got to a major stopping point i quit
I like it. I was wondering what they were going to do with vol. 4, because vol. 3 ended with them running to board the ferry from the episode with the frogs, and after that episode there's not as much room to insert more little side plots. Plus I did want to see more of The Woodsman's backstory.
It was ambiguous, but I meant the sheetmusic and not the full comics.
Thanks all the same. I've been struggling through an arrangement of Into the Unknown for both hands. I really shouldn't have stopped playing piano when I was a young'n.
Might just describe how he's a man who thinks too much, and how the wild lands might be so frightening to him. Anna and his wife weren't so fearful, but this world was alien and suspicious to him, so it was easier for him to fall prey to the Beast.
It could have been that dog like creature with the beautiful eyes. Was that thing also the Beast or was it just one of his henchmen?
I just seen the lantern and reacted accordingly.
The dog was Beatrice's and had swallowed one of the turtles and became evil. Seems like the turtles taint things, which is why I'm curious why Whispers can eat them with no ill effects.
I could see the Woodsman's wife just meeting a regular animal and his fear blew it out of proportion. The Beast doesn't need much effort to make fearful people into his servants.
Seems like he didn't. The Woodsman's wife was hurt by an animal, infected, and died. Then the Beast used that fear to make the Woodsman afraid for this daughter. She returns home unharmed, but he's got a servant for life because the Woodsman thinks he's caring for her soul.