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I might be misinterpreting this, but I love the way you used the frame of the glass case in these last two pages to show the separation between Louis and Chloe. Even though Louis spacing out like that is super cute, I feel kinda bad for her.
@MoonByte: Well, it is a pretty harsh choice of words. However, I'm not sure that he's calling the individuals disgusting as much as the lust itself (even though that might be misguided too). It feels less like "these people are bad people for being the same way as me" than like "how awful that our bodies/minds are betraying us like this." Although there might be some typical teenage hypocrisy in there too; it's hard to say.

I hope I don't seem argumentative, I just find this to be an interesting moment for the character I guess, and interesting to think about.
@MoonByte: I can see where you're coming from, but the way I'm reading this, it seems like that's part of why he's so disgusted and upset in the first place. He hates lustful thoughts in other people, but in himself as well. And seeing all these people thinking/feeling that way probably reminds him of his own conflict around being an incubus and having similar urges that he doesn't want. I could be reading it wrong, but that's what I got from it anyway.
Hiro should be more grateful; if a guy sang me the supah lovah serenade while staring into the windows of my soul I'd be his forevah
I love that you can really sympathize with either/both of them here. I think that Gannet and Bailey just look at relationship stuff in such fundamentally different ways that it'll take some reconciling (mainly on Gannet's part probably) before they can really work anything out. I only recently found this comic, but I love it so far!