We no longer have to speculate on whether the key thing was real.
That's right, she gets super powers.
And thus the entire series is ended... or is it?
I'm gonna make a wild guess that Gert is immortal, possibly because of the first thing she said on her way into Fairyland, back in issue 1. Maybe that's how Happy shoots rainbows too, it could have just been the first thing she said after entering.
You've never seen a comedic season change? You realize this isn't Batman, right? It's not supposed to be as business like as you are trying to push. Try to appreciate an obvious sight gag of a little girl growing a magnificent beard.
I wouldn't be surprised if the whole series ends i a couple of issues, this feels like the type o book that has finite stories and then move on to another protagonist now that that the set up have been introduced
The rules say they can't and they hold themselves to those rules. What they're doing now is trying to invent a loophole but failing to notice that they could just abuse the same loophole they're making to give her an easy route back.
>Try to appreciate an obvious sight gag of a little girl growing a magnificent beard.
Yeah, its cheap. If the gag was about it being cheap, my reaction was "oh no".
When the beard started to grow, I thought for a second OP had edited it in with a paint.
its the key for the door out, she didn't come in the gate
2 more issues till we find out that faryland is evil and when the gates open, all the people who now hate humans bust out
Jury is still out. Apparently some prophecy dictates that only a chosen child can open the door out of Fairyland.
Maybe the inhabitants want the door opened so that they can get out too.
She is frustratingly delighted with the situation, but doesn't appear to be evil. I wouldn't want Gert to hurt the kid under these circumstances, but at the same time I also want to see Gert win Fairyland.
Storytime the other issues and I could try. Or at least post all the pages with gratuitous queen cleavage.
Interesting. Maybe the world makes real one wish once the kid enters in it and Gert wish conflicted with her quest. A bug in the program.
Maybe she learned from her mistake with Gert. Maybe she intentionally gave her powers so she can beat Gert.
I actually want to see an animated series just to see Steven Wright voice Larry.
This bit was good because I didn't have to read shitty dialogue and it was somewhat entertaining.
Also finally seeing other lost kid was pretty good.
This is a pretty shitty comic tho. Probably only thing keeping me reading these threads is the colorful artstyle.
How the hell does THAT kill her after all the shit her body's taken? And suddenly we've got mutant children popping in from the real world? The fuck?
So it's official, Gert is just really bad at riddles and such, right? If the new girl caught up to her in less than a day.
Probably. She seems extremely pleasant to anyone that isn't gert.
I like the theory that she can't die because this is what she wished when she was brought to fairyland and as consequence she can't find the key and return as it would imply in her aging and eventually dyeing.
This whole thing is a wonderful premise horribly handled. Who could have written this better? Sometimes I think even Alan Moore would have been an improvement
but then I remember Lost Girls.
>Milk Queen Cloudia
It's okay Anon, not all of us possess the cognitive ability to process a narrative in a sequential fashion, as opposed to having it done for us in something as easily digested as animation.
Everybody is a lolicon. You, me, OP, Jerry Seinfield, Louis C.K.
Wait a moment.
>the door is to be opened for one child alone. And, until that child completes their quest for the key, the door to fairyland is to remain closed.
Wouldn't it go the other way around they are planning? Even if they bring a new child the door is still stuck waiting for the first child complete the quest. So now they would have two kids trapped in the world and until the first one succeed the second one will have plenty of time to lose sanity and become the new problem.
Seems more like they are giving Gert's key away to some other kid, so that there is no key left for Gert to use. That would be why they rationalize that it would mean that Gert was no longer a temporary guest.
But still is "until that child" and not "until a child" bringing a new child shouldn't change a thing considering that the world respect the rules.
Also the way it is worded sounds like the child is brought through the door ao it would be impossible to bring a new child.
The rules are to not have another child enter, but physically there are only accommodations for one child to exit. They are breaking the rules on child entry, to get past the rules against child harming.
Why are they allowed to break the rules now? So far they have been just using loopholes. If they are going to blatantly break the rules why not just kill her instead of bringing more problems?
They are bringing a new visitor just so they can murder her when the new visitor get the key. If you are going to break the rules anyway Why not either just go straight to to the murder that you plan to do anyway or get gert and toss her on the key so she can go back home as she want and you get rid of her as you want. If anything I guess the "can't die no matter what so can't leave because it would imply eventual death" theory seems to fit the problem. They have a kid that can't die and can't leave so they have to make a way for her to be able to die again. But this would imply that they know she is immortal and it doesn't seems the case.