Back from a fun day at the petting zoo, I see!
I'm kidding, when's the last time Noah had fun.
Why are his hands covered with blood?
Uh, why are his hands red?
What did he do to those poor cows?! O.o
Is that blood on Noah's hand... what exactly did Noah do...
Noah looks like he's had zero sleep... and blood on his hands?
That's not his room, is it?
Uh oh, did the cow get slaughtered while he was in it?
Well... That's one way to escape.
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...At present, Noah has one of the worst powers.
Here's the most recent Noah comic.
It would seem he had to kill the cow to get out of its head.
Why did you leave us at a cliffhanger? With burk?
Maybe he went inside the cow.
the right cow that saw it was dealt with
oh look,another story left in the middle without any explanation.will you ever finish telling a story,or you'll keep getting in the middle and starting another one without ever finishing a single one?
Cows clearly have some vicious thoughts.
I just hope that some day Noah gets to show us just what exactly IS going on inside Burk's head.
I personally find that cliffhangers actually help to sustain interest, as it makes the content more notable. I would also like to take this time to point out that our beloved benefactor Neorice is juggling three characters in order to develop a broader perspective of the setting.
It's similar to singing in rounds.
so my bet is that noah searched for a VERY long time for an "unfamiliar palce" to leave the cow, explaining his sleep-deprived blackened eyes.
And my second bet is that he realized he had to kil lthe cow to get out after searching for so long and since he physically goes into people's mind, that means that his arms are still blood-stained from the act.
This also sound very traumatizing...
Alternative theory: This cow was quite old, and was due to be slaughtered that very day.
I have to admit the constant swapping between stories feels like it might be happening too fast, but maybe thats just me hating the cliffhangers, between each point.
I'm experimenting with different chapter lengths with each round just for your information.
Chapters 1/2/3 were full story arcs at once, the chapters after that were 5 or so pages, after that 10, now +- 20 pages.
The future ones I have in the buffer get slightly longer than that as well. I'm definitely interested what length between switched people are most comfortable with.
I'm just going to lie to myself and say that Noah in the last panel is actually smiling...
Either full story arcs or about 10 pages per chapter is probably good since it's easier to remember what happened to a character prior (at least for me). Otherwise links to the end of where the story left off would be helpful :).
My fav androgynous-looking character!