We close the chapter with Maria and Chanel, neither of whom having done much lately. For Chanel, that’s probably not too surprising, but for Maria to have been out of the picture for so long felt odd even to me. She has a pretty heavy reason for not wanting to get involved with the current drama (mentioned earlier in this chapter), but based on panel four, it would be hard to call that the ONLY reason. I mean, their relationship still isn’t outwardly stated, but this is (according to my memory without looking), the third time we’ve seen Maria and Chanel hold hands. And this time, quite publicly.
What can I say? I felt this chapter needed a delightfully cute ending. ^_^
And yes, they just came out of the movies. The poster next to the door is for “The Brownie: An Impulsive Odyssey”, displaying what they saw. And before you strain your eyes, the words on the top read, “From the director of the ‘Earl of the Bangles’ trilogy”. I tried my very hardest to make it look like the poster for The Hobbit without looking… like it. Because, like any of the parodies I include in this comic, it’s basically the same exact thing, but not.
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Aww, such a cute couple. I do like the idea of Rain and Maria, but Maria and Chanel are cute too.
*dies of teh cute*
I really like these two, but I would've liked to have seen more of their romantic development
They are so adorable <333
@LittleLynn84: Wonderful end to the chapter. :)
My Rain comic came the other day and I'm *so* excited!!!
THAT IS SOOOOOOOOO SWEEET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I've just had this crazy idea about what could potentially happen or what would be a potentially great/terrible plan for Rain. First, Rain's brother finds out that Rudy is cross-dressing, then, Rain judges based on her brothers reaction whether or not to tell the truth... although that would also be exceptionally awkward. Especially if her brother isn't accepting.
This was a nice note to end the chapter on. Also, I am beginning to think you started this comic partly to come up with alternate names for products.
with apologies for commenting on a 2+ year post
both LoTR and The Hobbit predate copyright laws, something my inner geek cannot resist pointing out
Fair enough. I'd still prefer not to use any real product names even then though, if nothing else but for the sake of consistency. In one of the print-only bonus chapters, there is mention of a school play called "Romero and Julia". Obviously, Shakespeare would predate copyright laws even more so than Tolkien, but leaving the original title felt somehow jarring and out of place. In short, parodies for everything (whether necessary or not). ^_^