Oh, dear. I'm not sure which of them I feel sorrier for. I trust you'll help them out here...? :)
Help them out? Where's the fun in that? >:)
Well, he should be ashamed! Damn you, Nicholas! Cocco didn't deserve that kind of behavior!When will you give them their happy ending? (A girl can dream, right? hahaha)Have a great weekend, Heather!
A happy ending? What's that? :P
Teens! I understand why he's upset, but he shouldn't shrug Coco off. She has been one of the few people to stand by him since his disfigurement.
That's part of the reason why he's reacting this way, though. Coco's kindness has caused Nicholas to put her on a very high pedestal. His triggers become more triggering whenever she, of all people, ends up setting one off.There are other reasons why he's extra-sensitive over this particular issue, too, but I plan to explore those later on in the webcomic!
I'd like to second that 'happy ending' idea...but at the same time, I'm laughing about your response to Susan. I say the same thing about/to my characters.
LOL. Our characters are so lucky, aren't they? :P
Oh dear poor Coco! I wonder where this relationship is going and will it have a happy ending? (well with maybe a few twists and turns along the way).
Well, I consider Echo Effect a tragedy, soooo... XD
Ouch! I think Coco deserves a bit better even as a friend.
Coco accidentally set off one of his triggers, so Nicholas isn't fully aware of how he's acting right now. Her leaving is helping him snap out of his anger, though!
Oh dear. Poor Coco. Nicholas, get over there and hug her!
Would Coco want that hug, though? :P
Oh no! Coco looks so upset! I hope Coco and Nicholas can be happy!
Happy characters aren't as fun to write and draw, though! ;)
Enough talking now I guess. :(