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Hello, I'm Midori, creator of The Search for Henry Jekyll and Heaven's Railroad.
So, just a quick head's up- I will be out of town in the upcoming week, so the Chapter 32 cover will not be public until May 29th (or two weeks from now).
In the meantime, I will be updating WIPs and such on Patreon so that will be available for patrons of the series. Sorry for the future delay, and see you soon with Chapter 32!

Also, feel free to comment on this page, but it will be deleted once the first updates of Chapter 32 begin.
And that's the end of Chapter 31! I know this chapter was super long in comparison to previous chapters but I hope everyone enjoyed it!
@Tikibar: Aw, thanks! It certainly was one of the harder ones to arrange so I hope it was worth it!
He's fine.

(No seriously, he's ok.)
As a head's up, the April Fools day page that was originally here can be viewed on the webcomic's Tumblr and Patreon!
@indigoSnake: Sorry if it was hard to read! I was trying to show that Oswald was dealing with his own trouble in another room while Al is dealing with Lanyon upstairs.

I felt like it was better to show both scenes together because it would've been off if I went from on to the other.
Now that I see it, I get it's not the easiest to read.
@Tikibar: That was the intention, yeah!
@Dark-Chibi-Shadow: This page was such fun to do, I'm glad you liked it!
@Guest: Yeah, I had no real confidence with drawing him at first. I liked the design I first threw out for him but soon realized that I was terrible at drawing in consistently. I'm proud of how far he;s come since then.
@Tikibar: You and me there. I was really proud of it.
Cameo featured on this page is QuincySoulz! Thanks again and hope you like it!
@Rivkah F: Aw, glad you enjoyed them, they were really fun to draw!
Cameos featured on this page are Maribel, Ezra and Micah by Rivah F. Hope you like them!
@indigoSnake: To be honest, both Ann and Al looked like murderous little gremlins.
@EricCartmanforever: Honestly, "Emma" was sort of an accident. I was coming up with a name to ring well with Oswald and the original wasn't sticking. So I eventually found Emma and went with that. Ironically, it wasn't until after that that I finally learned about and dove into the musical. Also, I believe in the first version of it I listened to, she was named "Lisa", so it did take me a while to realize that she was Emma Carew in the musical too.
@Tikibar: To be honest, even now I think it's one of my favorites. Thanks!
@TheInkyRose: It's sort of a general reaction at this point.
Cameos featured on this page are Astrid and Cyrus by tai-korczak. Hope you like them!