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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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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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confusion
wait. how the hell could the phantom of the opera have a child?! He was feared by society for how he looked and that's why he lived in secret within the theater! He wore a mask to cover his facial disformity! Him and Chrinstene never had sex! How in the world could he possibly reproduce unless he was a sperm donor or something!
Never mind, I was wrong. He's actually the descendant of Lord Henry Wotton from "The Picture of Dorian Gray". He's just living in the garden of the Selfish Giant. (They're both stories by Oscar Wilde.)
He's the descendant of Oscar Wilde's "The Selfish Giant", isn't he?
Reminds me of the tempest
@Guest: The pipe kinda made me thing the caterpillar too for some reason.....
WHOOOO R UUUUUUU
Is that...the caterpillar from Alice in Wonderland?
i dont know who this is but i love their aesthetic already
Roses and laughter (wicked or not?)

First inclination: Beauty or Beast?

Second inclination: Somehow Queen of Hearts comes to mind...but I think it's cuz Disney and Painting the Roses Red.
Darlin'? I hadn't noticed Anna had an accent
Had an African Grey where I used to work...bloody bird hated me.

Point is though: African Grey's are s'posed to be the smartest of birdies. I believe its the intelligence of a two year old, and the emotional range of a five year old.

A tidbit I thought I might share.

He used to say all kinds of things, mimic all sorts of noises.

We played a card game called garbage, so he picked that word up fast. He mimicked the water drop noise some cell phones make. A ringing phone, the most demonic sounding voice garbled up that I think was an answering machine. He meowed..

And he swore, but only when we were closed and never when it was his favorite staff member opening or closing. For her, he was an angel.

But he called my other co-worker a b**ch, and he said 'f**k you' to me once. So I know he swore. Lol.
dracone
January 24th, 2019
The actual Don Quixote actually, novel, had quite a bit of content we can find offensive in our current era. Overly Sarcastic Productions did a video on the literary work I recommend checking out.
Watch it turn out to be an actual giant... Oh wait it's Don Quixote, never mind.
@Professor A. Nonymous: This is a solid idea.
sun tzu
January 22nd, 2019
Courtly love IS pretty messed up.
@makogun2000: Holy crap, could Calvin himself be a lineage child of Don Quixote? He’s got the imagination, the misplaced use of skill, tends to get wrapped in his own world, but is often philosophical.
This is gonna be gud.
oh gosh, they have to babysit a little-girl version of watterson's Calvin *with actual supernatural capabilities*. dear god they are either going to go insane from the chaos or have *so much fun*.
@Professor A. Nonymous: Present day, actually!

It may only appear to be set in different time periods due to the mish-mash of different pieces of literature set in different eras, but the story all takes place in modern times!
Dang it, all caught up. Oh well, might as well ask because I keep forgetting: what is the time period in this comic?