Nearly a year and a half after first announcing that I wanted to post "Rain" in webcomic form, I at long last give you… the first page! Da-da-daaaaa! ^_^
For those of you only discovering this right now, "Rain" is a slice-of-life/comedy/drama that follows the life of a teenage male-to-female transsexual named Rain (coincidentally!) attempting to go through her senior year in high school identified only as a woman. It's intended to be a comedy, but it will also touch on some heavy subjects including acceptance from family and piers, blind hatred, and many of the other difficulties faced by members of the GLBT community. I write a lot of stories to put it bluntly, but "Rain" in particular holds a special place in my heart, perhaps due to its semi-autobiographical nature.
So, this is the first of hopefully very many. I hope it’ll be a long run that everyone will appreciate. ^_^
(It should be noted that the majority of the comic is in color. I plan to use black and white for flashbacks though.)
Rain, all characters and all other aspects of the story are copyright material belonging to me.
Rain was in the body of an adorable little boy I just want to huggle her.
But... there dad was a dirtbag. Why couldn't akein have been the pheonix wright of this world
I discovered this about a week ago. Read the entirety of it from beginning to end. I feel I easily relate to Rain due to the fact I'm her age, dealing with the same feelings. It's hard to believe that it was all over FIVE years of work, and it was so easy to experience it all in just a few hours put together. It's amazing what putting love and hard work into something can turn it into, and you've made this wonderful comic. Thanks for everything it means and does. ^u^ Keep making it "Rain"
I just found this webcomic and I LOVE IT!!! I recently discovered my sexuality (pansexual) and this comic makes so much sense and it helps me see that others might be going through the same thing. Thanks for this comic!!!!
@RainbowBlack: Hear Hear!
I am in the same sort of situation, so it helps to know someone is out there.
Good luck, friend.