Introducing “Rain Delay”: goofy little gag comics to keep you entertained while I work on the legit stuff. ^_^
Fact: I’ve observed immense popularity for Holly, a relatively bit-part character thus far; only acting as one of Emily’s cohorts. This especially amuses me as she’s had three, maybe four, lines of dialogue in the 48 pages of this comic so far. This says to me that her popularity is more likely based on her appearance than anything else. Maybe not necessarily the “big reasons” that Debbie implies; people might like her hair or her freckles which are kind of unique to her character alone. I don’t really know, but I’m quite amused by it.
Fact: 80% of the vocal fanbase of this comic hates Gavin. The rest just quietly disapprove of him; understanding that he’s confused, but still fed up nonetheless. These messages themselves aren’t necessarily real, but I have heard decidedly similar reactions to him in earlier pages. Of course, “Jerky McJerkface” is still my favorite unofficial nickname for him, coined by a friend at the end of Chapter 1.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, Rudy is one of the more popular characters (seems to be tied with Aunt Fara) due to people finding his impulsive quirkiness funny. He doesn’t have many enemies that I know of at this time.
Rain, all characters and all other aspects of the story are copyright material belonging to me.
colours in middle girls hair blond. don't worry gavin we can sort out your made mail problem in 10 easy installments of $5.95 postage, or you could call this number 666
yes another comment cause i can... what i also would like to say im the small percentage that doesnt hate gavin.
*looks a gavin* i suddenly feel better about myself-thats how i look at it lol
Gavin is cool! He's not being a jerk he's being himself as much as Rain is which is why he is conflicted.
Don't hate because he's straight.
As I've said many times (and even posted once) I like Gavin. Other romantic comedies introduce the characters who will end up together as the ones who like each other least and who have the most conflicted feelings about each other. Then, as the characters grow and develop and their personalities and opinions mature, they discover that they really do work for each other. It's a formula that works and is satisfying and I don't see why it couldn't work for Rain. On the other hand, as a long-running comic, there is no reason for the relationship not to have MANY bumps in the road before getting to the end! Both characters have a lot of growing to do before they ever could be at that point.