Olivia takes matters into her own hands because Carl’s only a spirit (he can only be seen and heard, nothing else.) And now, we wait.
See where this little piece of paper takes us next page.
She can already see the ending.
I just wonder if the writer can. It’s a fairly cliché plot so far. You have the magical creature mascot telling the lonesome (I bet she has, if not, makes a small amount of friends in the process) introverted glassed girl to save the world around her. Monster of the week, if you will.
If you ask me, I find the basis of the story to be of such genericness that the only interesting way the plot can take is by doing something more revolting such as a genre swap or death on attachment of certain characters.
On another note, music has been chosen as a theme and this is very hard to illustrate. One has to plunge into describing of feelings. More musically or emotionally illiterate persons may find trouble reaching into this comic and there are plenty of those. Despite that I hope there will be inventive implementations of it in the story. Though with a sport jack as first choice I doubt it, but as with all doubts, if it can be slapped in the face with a somewhat large trout, it will be at the very least mildly interesting.
There’s not much of an argument against it being a fairly cliché plot so far. As you said, it’s a Monster of the Week at its core, and I’m not trying to disguise that. The chapters are somewhat episodic, with the character development and such being what ties them together. Not that a somewhat-standard-plot can’t turn out good.
As for the plot taking an interesting way and slapping you in the face…there’s stuff coming up, so we’ll see how it goes.
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