Sire

Sire

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Les Miserables. The Phantom of the Opera. A lit nerd and her antisocial alternate persona learn that classic fictional stories may not be quite so fictional.

Sire updates Wednesdays. Patreon backers are four weeks ahead of everyone else.

Art and writing by Alexis Royce. ChibiSilverWings is listed as a coauthor because she likes to get comment emails. All of the comment emails.
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Les Miserables. The Phantom of the Opera. A lit nerd and her antisocial alternate persona learn that classic fictional stories may not be quite so fictional.

Sire updates Wednesdays. Patreon backers are four weeks ahead of everyone else.

Art and writing by Alexis Royce. ChibiSilverWings is listed as a coauthor because she likes to get comment emails. All of the comment emails.

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@Merrsharr: oh, okay. How sad that people are and have been so intolerant. Thanks for the info.
@SoulRaider116: I forgot the names and I'm not gonna look them up, so here's the short version: Oscar Wilde had a gay lover whose father was mighty mad at Oscar for "seducing" his son. On the premiere night of "the importance of being earnest" said father planned to throw rotten fruit at Wilde, however, the author got warned and the father was refused entry to the theatre.
Looking back I found out it's a passport -_-
I forget, did we ever get the title of the book that's been impaled onto his chest by the same knife impaling him on the wall?
Moncreiff from Oscar wilde's the importance of being earnest
Pelting with fruits and veggies...a way to shame or punish someone. It brings to mind the stockades...

Though then I began thinking on the era most of these stories appear to be from...stockades are more of a colonial era (going American timeline, lol) thing...And these stories seem to be mostly 19th century or there abouts? (I'm timeline impaired).

Then I got to thinking of Hunchback...at least the Disney version (I shame myself admitting I haven't read the book) and how there was a scene there where Quasimodo was lashed to a wheel as people pelted him with fruits and veggies...

So...this might go to mindset of the killer (wanting to shame the victim) and a possible literary connection...?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8rQ0HyCOQk
The Truth About Prepositions and the End of Sentences
She can't do it, can she? But Moriraty-child can, and she hates his guts for it.
That is such a glorious "meh" face. She's not impressed in any way what-so-ever.
It's like a kid saying 'but mom lets me'. :,D
Ah, the best way to get someone to do something, slyly mentioned that their rival could do it, and potentially better than they can.
@comicgirl: Spontaneous combustion, probably.
Ahhh. That makes sense.
Now I wanna know what's a more extreme reaction than Anna's. So very, very curious
It looks like she's going to explode if any more fangirling happens.
@sun tzu: Sort of? I mean, Susan seems much more invested in looking cool and dangerous than Anna, who is also a more enthusiastic person overall.
How come Hydely here ISN'T fangirling? Aren't they... pretty much the same person, only with and without compassion?
@Hydra: As an Anna, I assure you craziness is part and parcel. It's in our blood, activates the moment they slap the name on us.

P.S. The character's name and personality is the best part of this. Not lying.
For everyone who would like a second look at the scene.
http://sire.thewebcomic.com/comics/2026599/chapter-6-page-1/
Perv
Anything is shipable if your weird enough