Episode 30 Part 26

BA-c30-26There’s a period at the end of fin, so you know it’s THE END.

Thank you everyone! This has been my biggest longest-running project, and first multi-chapter comic I’ve ever finished!

Since it’s the end, I’d like to mention that the first ending I had in mind was Black/Arti.

There’s still unresolved stuff because, well, there IS a game sequel. But at the moment, I don’t know what my next comic will be, or when I will start.

 

I’d like to draw one more thank-you pic, and I’m open to suggestions on that~

 

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121 Responses to Episode 30 Part 26

  1. Emi says:

    Maybe…
    …Black and N kissing while Looker…is looking

  2. Gray Lady says:

    Thank you for a wonderful read!

  3. Jolteon92 says:

    I loooooved this comic sooooo much! And really I’d like to see you continue and make a comic about X and Y. Congrats on this comic though, I think you did an amazing job, from beginning to end!

  4. clear says:

    >Since it’s the end, I’d like to mention that the first ending I had in mind was Black/Arti.
    Black, I still think of you as a soul sibling for sharing that Arti love, and all the hints in this whole thing. It’s incredible you’ve managed to finish this gigantic thing too, just now I’ve finally caught up. Good luck in all future projects!

  5. Nezumirogane says:

    This was a fun read. I wasn’t really one for the cosplaying N and Black go through, but I went with it. I thought the FLCL parody was the best parody portion. I liked a lot of your ideas for the B/W games and was glad you were able to incorporate some of the B2/W2 elements. It took a bit of rereading- I initially thought Kcalb got the stone to activate making him the hero, but I realized that Black, probably due to glitching, could see the untapped “hero” inside him (while white doesn’t know she is the dark hero). I thought that was really clever, and provides a better explanation for what Kcalb is other than this opposite “hollow form” (as I first thought of him).

    I didn’t say this earlier, but when you first heard N’s name and really hoped “Gropius” was a play on “pious” (when it’s not– just a German name, like Ingo and Emmet) for the religious undertones; I think you look/expect too much of them. Not complaining about the biblical trinities in Plasma, I just felt you jumped (and reached) a little too much for Gro-pious.

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