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Loving the internal dialogue here.
And so the self-conflict begins anew
Maybe it's her new hormones going through her but if my enemy turned me into a girl I wouldn't be so calm and submissive about it. Maybe a scene was needed to explain why she stopped giving up fighting her and slowly accepted her new place in the world.
Thank you for continuing your uniquely stylistic "Chains" collection, now 4-plus volumes, of artistry that superbly blends wonderful renderings, dialog and plot into a well-paced, fantastical journey that entertains on many levels. Cheers!
SuspensionOfDisbelief, precisely the scene you're describing occurred in the last 8 pages of Vol 3. It's specifically referenced on page 20 of Vol 4 as one of the reasons the protagonist isn't putting up so much of a fight anymore.
(Also, while I'm commenting, bravo and thanks to the author for sharing this amazing work! :-) )
Love the little side look of the succubus as alison clings to her arm and the scared look aliaon has as she hides behind the succubus
I don't know. I think Mistress looks a little... annoyed? Not quite, but maybe she's wondering why Alison is so clingy. She might have liked the clingyness at first, but maybe she's getting tired of it.
On the other hand, Alison is tiny compared to the figures we've seen, and her sexual transformation had to have been out and out traumatic. Under the circumstances, I'd be clingy, too.
These are demons.
The facial expressions say soooo much of whats going on in Alisons head. All was as expected (taught)until the last frame (I don't think Melody taught her to be clingy). And Alisons face as she hides behind mistress doesn't look like fear at all. Mistress could be a tad annoyed... Guess we have to wait and see.!
Thanks for the great work and story line!
Yes, ENM, Alison is NOT looking into his eyes, is she. Her stare is straight ahead and at her height.... well.... I think she is totally mesmerized by the view and what it might be like to ...
Great artistry and I do love this whole, well-told story. It's captivating!
Yeah, she does look like she's checking him out. Notice the sword he's carrying? Compare that to the machine in the first few panels of the first book. It's hard for me to put the two together. That big sphere couldn't have been made (in our world) when swords were effective weapons. But the man wasn't dressed like he was wearing ceremonial clothes, so the juxtaposition of the two is very interesting.
Of course, maybe it's something like a lightsaber, and would be effective against modern weapons.
I would like to see something like that.
@Admin the height of Alison in the final part of this panel is a bit off. Its like she's dropped half a head.
She is cowering.