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?
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