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Hmm there's not really much to say about me. I work full time but want to get my comic out regularly at least 2 days a week so I'm BUSY! Heh... hmmm... what else?
I like watermelon. Erm, and coffee. And video games. Although I don't get the chance to play them as much as I would like. My 3DS is awesome cuz I get to play stuff on the bus to work and I'm currently playing Fantasy Life on it.

I have a tumblr on which I post World Apart updates, sneak peeks and occasional drawings. And I may occasionally post NSFW stuff. Maybe.

I also have a Deviant Art where I'll sometimes do the same

I tend to be on the tumblr more.
@Quadrant: nah no cultist there. yet. lol

Oh there are cultists in Liverpool. There's a branch in almost every city XD I've yet to introduce the Liverpool ones though.
@Arcane Allusion: Yep, and a kind of subconscious acknowledgement of his power.
@Gust: see above comment! the @ doesn't seem to work for guest posts
@Stances : @gust : There is "criteria" (if that's the right word) that has yet to be explored in the comic. But it can be guessed at quite easily I think. (But that's easy for me to say)
And to clarify it isn't always sexual attraction, but it is an attraction, or even a type of love. For example a completely straight man may find himself 'attracted' to Avery but it won't be a sexual attraction due to Avery being a dude.
Someone in a deeply committed relationship with someone else might be attracted, but it wouldn't take over their personality (not unless Avery got more powerful) so if they're not the type to act on it then they wouldn't act on it. Like Joe with Richey. Or like Callum initially holding back because he valued his friendship with Owen. That's why people don't constantly throw themselves at the boys. Most people have self control.
Ryan doesn't.
@Arcane Allusion: You'll see, Avery's terrible choices. XD
@Quadrant: Avery thinks he can.
@I likea his haira: I don't think Smack Jeeves will let me.
That's not a bad idea.

He mentioned it already in the blog entry that related to the police visit. um wait, i'll grab it: ing-in-depth-here

But yeah, he's got all sort abilities he has yet to discover. They both do. It's their personalities and experiences that decides what they learn. If Avery hadn't tried to jump off a building, he wouldn't have found out he can do what he did. Ditto for Richey's desperation when faced with the police.
@Kevin_Redcrow: He can dish it out but he can't take it.

Avery fucking LOVES his new mode of travel and all the conveniences it provides!
@JesBelle: They're not nice, but they're not breaking the law.
@Quadrant: Do I think Avery is a hero? Hell no. I don't think any of my idiot characters would make good 'heroes'. That was kind of the point of the story when I wrote the first draft all those years ago. Let's give a couple of self absorbed, slightly selfish, slightly spoilt kind of bratty kids superpowers, after fucking them up a bit first, of course. Then see what happens. Wheeeeee!

I mean a lot has changed since that first draft, but the general jist is the same.

SPOILERZ: Maxwell won't change. He is beyond redemption.
@Ionopachys: He's still a pretty good sociopath, don't you think? Love your theorising though!
@Quadrant: The phone he left in London was an old shitty cheap non-smartphone his parents got for him about 5 years ago. (all the brothers got one, only Alan ever upgraded to a smart phone). It could have been durable.
@I likea his haira: Lol whaaat? He's so evil! XD Each to their own!
@Kevin_Redcrow: He gets a kick out of upsetting Avery, you're totally right.
@Quadrant: Nope. I'm afraid that is not how the Blackness works. Avery hasn't mastered it sufficiently yet to be able to do that, either.
@JesBelle: He just can't help himself. He has to stick the boot in.
@Gust: Now WHO could that be. XD
@Ionopachys: I'm sorry, I can't. It would be too time consuming. I need my free time to draw the comic.
@Gust: He's not wrong about Reece and Joe. If you ever look back through the comic you'll see them blushing when Richey is around (providing the situation at the time is appropriate, of course. They're not making gooey eyes at him when Avery is stabbing his leg with scissors, for example!)

Richey is more of a thinker than Avery, that for sure!

Hoo boy. I like your theory. You are right about the Light and Dark. And Alan certainly had an experience. And woah, well done remembering that Avery was in a coma! lol You really pay attention!

It's not exactly supernatural attractiveness, but... you're on the right track.