Ilias: Lili… why must I love you?
That gargoyle gets me every time !
i think that the gargoyle is a real living animal, and not just stone
I can identify with this so well it’s not even funny.
Because it makes the plot more interesting.
I really want a pet gargoyle now . . . .
Well ofcourse it is ^^ and its adorable too. I love how it got that one guy in trouble a couple pages back ^_^. Im totally looking forward to more of that later on. ^^ awesome comic so far, keep it up ^^
Gargoyle, always reliable.
And yeah, this Ilias guy want someone that he can’t get, sometimes love can make someone blind…. and will do anything to get what they want.
Grah! I have a gargoyle in my first and third books who appreciates that kind of attention too! Curse you for stealing my idea… and making it so I look like I’m stealing yours when I finish my third…
If I had to guess, Ilias, I’d say its because you’re the protagonist. They might have a Visine for that.
Love the artwork in this whole series, but this page has some great touches: the water from the fountain, and the shadows on the cloth. Subtle, vividly realistic without being photographic. Great work!
“Who’s a good gargoyle? You are! Yes, you are!”
Panel 3: Yup. That’s totally like Mr. Filch and mrs. Norris lol
Wonderful page btw. I agree with John, great attention to detail all around.
Aaand the Janitor rains praise upon the snitch (aka the Gargoyle) He’s so the new Filch. I name him Argos Flitch. (No offense to Argos and all those from it, even if it is kind of a lame Polis. SPARTA FOREVER!!!!)
Ilias: Lili… ¿por qué debo amarte?
Oh why must he be obligated as a protagonist to seek out this “Lili” girl when we really know the man he wants?
It’s probably the same statues bowser has in super mario bros3. And the ones in Mario World. Ya know the ones that jump around.
It would be funny if it zaps someone.
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