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Veyshan Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New member

Ho ! You work is really gorgeous. A friend made me discover Labyrinth and then your comic and I love it (I'm an ardent fan of Jareth <3 ).
So, I'm sorry for my very bad english, but I make many efforts in english to read your story. I really would like to know what is going to take place then ;)

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ThePluviophile Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member
As someone who has very recently discovered and even more very recently finished reading GND, how often are updates?  I NEEEEEEED MOOOOOOORE!  Your comic and art are amazing!
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HappinessIsMusic Featured By Owner May 18, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi there!! I started to read your comic strip. It's so funny and really engaging.
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tenderfallingrain Featured By Owner May 2, 2015
Phantom of the Opera has always been one of my favorite stories (book, musical, movies and all). However, I find it really interesting that it's the Labyrinth story-line here that really intrigues me. And... Confession... I don't really love Labyrinth that much. I mean it's a good movie, but I didn't find the Jareth/Sarah relationship very compelling because it was so weird and all with her being younger and him doing weird stuff that could potentially really hurt or kill her and not really doing much to genuinely seduce her in a way that I think would work... Basically it was just all too confusing. Couldn't really tell if he loved or hated her... However, I absolutely adore the relationship they have in your story. I'm obsessed with seeing how it progresses, and that's more a reflection on your story than the Labyrinth movie. I honestly couldn't care less if movie Jareth and Sarah ever get together, but if GND Jareth and Sarah don't get together I'm going to go crazy. Lol. 

I'm really really curious about what happened with them between the end of the movie and the start of GND. Have you plotted it out in your head at all or does the story-line just start with GND #1 basically? Because I would love at some point to hear or see how they got from point a to b. Also, do you have anything specific in mind for what happened at her prom or is it unscripted???
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Pika-la-Cynique Featured By Owner May 3, 2015  Professional General Artist
aaaah but that whole uncertainty - is he just deceiving her all along is she actually controlling the story from her book is she even understanding his sexual ouvertures why such tight pants in a children's film what does he even mean with that final proposal - is what creates the fascination and frustration that births wonderful fandoms and enduring love for the film. The confusion you mention leads to so many interpretations and possible futures, that is why GND is one of the fan-created answers. So, there's that in defense of the original material... not that I am not very flattered and pleased by your comment.

I... shameless latched on to the Building-'verse set-up created by AsheRhyder in Roommates, because I loved the haziness and blatant handwave of the stuff you'd like explained here. :P I was following Roommates rather gleefully and then as soon as the love interests showed up in that work, I just saw so many possibilities. So... I have a vaaaague idea of how Sarah has oddly spent the 22 RL years between her movie release in 1986 and the beginning of GND as subjectively only 5 years of aging yet time enough to first get a degree in English Litt then refine her characterization and go at PoliScience, and that Jareth is partly to blame for that timey-wimey mess because he is kinda slowing down her aging to give himself more time, but didn't physically show up in her life much before whatever events (deciding to take a true sabbatical from ruling the Goblins, possibly) led him to start rooming with ERik in what was originally the same continuity as GND. And the prom night... yeah, I have a few things in mind. But keeping them, and aforementioned hazy backstory explanations, there, rather than set down in public to my readers and made "canon", keeps things conveniently malleable and retcon-prone. ;)
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Alex-Emm Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2015
I really do love your art, it reminds me of Tony De Terlizzi.
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Pika-la-Cynique Featured By Owner May 3, 2015  Professional General Artist
High and undeserved praise indeedy. I'm glad you enjoy though!
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lollipoplit Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2015
Please update!!! IM DYINGG
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mockmonkey Featured By Owner Edited Mar 29, 2015
Hi! I wanted to say that I've loved your comic for a while and have had a great time watching it evolve! I did have a question though... do you think there's any chance that you'll ever print and bind the comic? I highly doubt I'm the only one who would be interested in owning a hard copy, do you have a site? A couple friends of mine who also read this saw a few panels/specials of yours that they thought would be great mugs/bookmarks/laptop skins etc. Anyways, I love your work! Thanks for sharing! :)
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BrothersGrimm1000 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2015  New member Student Artist
I got my friends addicted to your comic. They love it.
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