A month later, we finally publish five more pages. We apologize for the delay. 😅
Just to clarify, the comic is still in progress. What we lack is basically the willpower to engage with our readers, and that’s why publications are so slow. We prefer to silently work on what’s next.
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Ah, one of my favorite scenes of the comic.
I always love how calm, and collected Gregory always is. He’s so patient.
I don’t understand what Jack is doing in those panels, could someone explain me that?
Anyway, I loved this pages. It was a very long month and I missed Cymberlight so bad. ❤️❤️❤️
He just got rid of his sheets because Cynthia basically “bathed” in them and he’s very sensitive about her odour…
Jack just needs a hug. A very big hug. Also I have a question about chapter 7, how many pages will there be?
About 54 if I’m not mistaken 🤣
So something tells me in chapter 7 that Cynthia and Jack will at least repair their relationship
…Or die trying 😂
I honestly don’t know what Cynthia’s true intentions are with Jack, but if she is thinking she can pursue some sort of romantic future with him than she should probably move on from him in spite of her feelings for him. I’d say she has more of a chance of pursuing something more meaningful with William than with that mentally unstable toxic individual…
You’re right. At this point, there’s no way anyone can empathize with Jack, therefore there’s no room from improvement in any relationship he’s in. However, it is also true that sometimes we wish to support people like him, maybe because we can foresee some value others can’t, because we know something about them that allow us to think a positive development is possible. It’s up to Cynthia to decide what she’s going to see in Jack.
In a way, it’s good that Cynthia has better clarity on how bad Jack’s mental state is. It is not an easy task to deal with a mentally unstable person. It is very sad because sometimes the people who need help the most are the ones who are most resistant to receiving it. Greg is one of my favorite characters because he has a great ability to get to know the individuals around him. He knows both his daughter and his protégé well. If he has risked putting pressure on Cynthia to keep trying to save Jack, it is… Read more »