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Anathema

Anathema

by artificer urza
1810 England, the height of the Napoleonic wars. It was thought that humans walked the path of enlightenment leaving monsters and dark things behind. However, those monsters and night stalkers merely hide in the darkness, as a young maid, Bernadette, soon finds out.
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Anathema

1810 England, the height of the Napoleonic wars. It was thought that humans walked the path of enlightenment leaving monsters and dark things behind. However, those monsters and night stalkers merely hide in the darkness, as a young maid, Bernadette, soon finds out.

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Dark spooky cave, of course
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October 18th, 2017
Expressions when facing a giant dark scary cave of snakes:
Bernadette: CORRECT
Angela: INCORRECT


We're finally going to meet Lamia!
Even Bernadette can tell they are being beckoned.
love it
I love how Ange puts Bern in her place, when will Bern accept the fact she is not human anymore her character is a tad bit annoying
Snakes! <3
Someones not happy
Cute snek. Snek wanted to 'asp' me a question. Snek wanted to know if I could 'adder' to the comic.
Must Catch the String
Another milestone in Bernadette's growth.
That'll teach you to slither away
Did we learn nothing from the last mishap?
my curiosity is beyond piqued...
just how has Angela circumvented her vampiric weaknesses? the cross, the waters (holy or otherwise), and more I am certain.

I do not think it is associated with the dark shadow, though it has made itself a speaker for the hunger, it is clearly tied to Bern's past (possibly directly to the clown doll) as it was around before the turning. though is it really something separate from Bern?
she does love magically changing her wardrobe, doesn't she?
to be fair...
That's a cross, not a crucifix. It's missing the dying Jesus, which as far as Stoker's vampires go, is a necessity for it to work. Though I get the feel that NONE of her defenses actually work in this setting.
@Dreadogastus: And I appreciate it. You should be able to access all the previous things I posted there. I think. I'm not sure how patreon works in that regard.
Say it with Money
I have enjoyed your creation for many years. Now that I am out of the poor house, I have become a patron M. Bourque. Thank you for working hard to tell this story.
Never been there, but it looks beautiful
It would be funny if Bernadette's transformation was the exact opposite of Angela's.

Angela's transformation is that of an Adult. So Bernadette's could be that of a little kid.
Greek country side. Has anyone visited there? I got references, but still.

Had to bring my cat to see a vet about cleaning his teeth. Not cheap, so I'll have to forgo commissioning pages in October. I'm going to see if I can commission other things though, like posters. Since I have a nice hefty backlog, I can still post pages at the regular times, there will be no disruptions.
If you want to help the comic financially, any donations through Patreon are welcome.
https://www.patreon.com/anathema
I'm sure you will be able to transform eventually
Doesn't Jinny have the cutest ideas? She even imagines wolf-Angela wearing a hat.