• Lizzy

    Thanks again for an AM-AZ-ING chapter!
    I can’t wait to see what happens next!!!

  • ColdxNorth


    • MrTopHatMan

      Corrick is going to have attachment issues

  • Ada

    2nd proposal to the right and straight on till starry-eyed

  • Charlotte

    Can I use this last page to leave a comment about the whole chapter?

    Because gurl, this was a heck of a chapter. Bravo!
    I mean, each has its own strenghts and focus points and it’s really interesting to sit here and watch the plot develop, with unexpected twists and action scenes. But this was (to me, at least) a great chapter, one of the best so far. I felt like I was able to feel all of the characters’ emotions in a heartfelt and detailed way, and each character was very much alive. The gestures, the looks Vesper and Corrick gave eachother, the silences: all of those elements contributed into shaping these two characters more and more. We all know who Vesper and Corrick are, we’ve learned to know them through the years. But now things have changed, THEY’ve changed. The events happening around them are forcing them to “grow up” and evolve, they are facing new emotions they have to deal with, and their interactions look more and more crucial. Now it’s not all about treasure hunters, revenge and the yearning for adventure Vesper used to feel at the beginning of the story. Yes, the adventure continues, but both Vesper and Corrick are not the same anymore, and I think Tegan’s death was a turning point for them.
    And we readers grow closer and closer to them as we try to interpret their facial expressions, trying to understand what’s going through their minds. Each panel has something to say about them. It’s fascinating.

    And K Lynn, I think you’ve been very successful in depicting all of this, in this particular chapter more than ever.
    So kudos to you. I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed this chapter and that everything I have stated above made me love this comic even more.
    Plume is great and you are a talented storyteller. Thank you!

    I feel like I’ve been too wordy and sappy here but it doesn’t matter, I think your narrating skills needed to be addressed. So, take this! XD

    • plumecomic

      Oh! I can’t even tell you how much this comment means to me. Truly. You compliment my writing and here I am struggling to write a proper response that says more than just “Thank you.” Can I hug you? Can I send you cookies?

      Seriously, I am going to print out this comment and hang it up, so I can reread it on those days of doubt. Thank you, Charlotte. From the bottom of my heart. 🙂

      • Charlotte

        You’re very much welcome. I just wanted to let you know how great of a job you’ve made so far. Negative comments and critiques help you improve, yes, but sometimes someone has to just step in and acknowledge the good that has been made so far!
        And I think I speak for everyone when I say that you did a great job.

        Heck, I don’t even live in the US! It’s impossible for me atm to travel continents and come to comicons etc. in order to tell you this in person, so this is the least I could do.

        Though I’d gladly take the cookies, thanks. u3u

  • Vi

    Look it’s totally your choice, but THE STARS ARE IN POSITION VESPER. CAN’T IGNORE THE STARS. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/673a2f2eabd5d5956c1c3d7f4c3652b6542e5fd5a91f13e832fecf2091050ed8.jpg

    • plumecomic


  • MrTopHatMan

    She looks up to the stars but her focus is truly on the tree’s and she ponders on and on but the question still nags the young lady. How have we not started a forest fire yet?