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The Demonic Adventures of Angel Witch Pita
The story of Angel Witch Pita is about a classically average, unspectacular young woman who comes across a book that, upon reading an incantation inside of it, releases dozens of monsters and incubi and succubi that had been sealed within it over a century ago. She is then contracted by a winged pig named Buhi, who claims that he is a cherub in training, to find those she's released and stop them from harming mankind. He empowers her with his halo, giving her an angelic appearance and the power to call upon an angel form. As her adventures progress, she collects an Incubus in child form named Jinx (who is really the leader of all of those from the book) and a Succubus named Beliel. She initially believes herself to be a type of magical girl, but the truth is far darker, and far deeper than she could ever imagine.

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Comment on Page 7
lizinverse, 04 May 2015 03:18 pm
My Bonito is chatty, isn't he?

I BARRAGE YOU WITH INFOS.

Probably a major comic-creation no-no.

oh well. -puts on comic dunce cap and sits in the corner to think about what she's done-
Comment on Page 5
lizinverse, 19 Apr 2015 07:46 am
Buckle in kids, the exposition coaster is rolling out!

Fun tidbit: If you've watched any number of exorcism movies or are familiar with the exorcism process through other sources, this won't be new info. When it comes to demons/possessing entities, the name is the weak point. Once the name is known, the entity is weak to commands given by the stronger force (usually the exorcising Priest in the case of demonic possession.) Although Hollywood glamorizes the process, I'm told exorcisms are mostly just the Priest having a battle of wills with the demon until it gives it's name, thereafter purging is relatively simple.
Bonito saying that they don't want to study the Fallen living in Cassia without it's name is a precaution, but not necessarily because they want to exorcise it from her...at least not right away.
Comment on Page 4
lizinverse, 10 Apr 2015 12:50 am
Jinx don't play dat.
Remember, Cassia was nearly catatonic last chapter. Thus Jinx's amazement.
Also, in case you forgot who Bonito was: http://lizinverse.wikidot.com/bonito
Comment on Page 2
lizinverse, 02 Apr 2015 07:07 pm
The full translation of the last page is as follows:

Teeny Jinx: Nanny..?

Nanny: Oh! Good morning!

When did you wake up?

Oh....don't worry

This was a misunderstanding.
Comment on Page 1
lizinverse, 31 Mar 2015 10:50 am
I can provide a translation for the German text, but I want to give any German-speaking readers a chance to translate. (Mostly to check and see if I actually put the sentences together correctly this time)
If you couldn't tell from the cover and from this page, this chapter will focus on Jinxy-poo.
Comment on Page 27
lizinverse, 24 Mar 2015 02:00 am
If you can't remember Aleta very well (because it's been awhile since she's actually been in the story), here's a link to my wiki page on her.
http://lizinverse.wikidot.com/aleta
Comment on Page 24
lizinverse, 18 Mar 2015 04:38 pm
You guys remember Laoidheach, right? :D
You know, the bartender from the Apple side story? Works for Owl in her club?
Geez it's like everyone's at the lake right now. X3

Also, Kaya sure lost interest in Sir Yolo pretty quickly…
Comment on Page 20
lizinverse, 10 Mar 2015 11:53 am
Fun Fact: Because of the conflicting nature of any lore related to Kokabiel, this is the reason why I depict him as a far more laid back, almost sympathetic character despite being a Fallen Angel.

If you're curious about the lore behind him, here's a really tiny Wikipedia article. They really don't say much more than what I've already reported here. XD After searching through several websites I've come to the conclusion that there's not much on him.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kokabiel
Comment on Page 27
lizinverse, 07 Mar 2015 12:04 am
A new addition to the chapter. :)

It took awhile, but finally the chapter 1 re-draw is complete. Eventually I'll update the scrapbook with the original chapter just in case someone has an aching need to see how bad the first edition was.

The scrapbook is found here: http://theduckwebcomics.com/The_Demonic_Adventures_of_Pita_Scrapbook/
Comment on Page 18
lizinverse, 02 Mar 2015 12:30 am
Liz's Random Corner-

Cast Musical Themes (some of these will make more sense as the story progresses further)

Pita's Theme #1- Everything to Everyone by Everclear

Bara Brith's Theme #1- Closer by The Divine Madness

Buhi's Theme #1- Wrong by Depeche Mode

Jinx's Theme #1- Let Go by Paul van Dyk (feat. Rea)

Belie's Theme #1- All is Full of Love by Bjork

Owl's Theme #1- Hyperballad by Bjork

Paska's Theme #1- Numbers by Great Northern

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