The Way We Were . . .

12th Aug 2011, 7:00 AM
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The Way We Were . . .
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bbedlam 12th Aug 2011, 7:00 AM edit delete
Oh c'mon... You knew I'd have to reveal just how Angelique took Mika's eye eventually. What better time than now?

As always, comments/ratings/meanderings are welcome and, honestly, encouraged. :)
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TwistedBlossoms 12th Aug 2011, 7:09 AM edit delete reply
So does she gain or lose points for the fact that she had little to no control over her actions?
White Owl 12th Aug 2011, 10:35 AM edit delete reply
White Owl
Oh my--Dr Wertham would certainly disagree about the "injury to the eye motif"

But yeah, Merlin only released her wild side--Angelique had this in her all along. Maybe she needs EG's as well.

Nice Frank Miller look to the page today too--could it be all the black and white, with the splash of red?
PixieFurious 12th Aug 2011, 2:11 PM edit delete reply
Ouch!! Brutal!!
Lawelite 12th Aug 2011, 3:41 PM edit delete reply
O shit son!

Still not her fault though...
leyna 12th Aug 2011, 4:59 PM edit delete reply
hey wait just a minute..I see a familiar twinkle in her eye..could it be...(dot dot dot)????
bbedlam 12th Aug 2011, 5:50 PM edit delete reply
@TwistedBlossoms - that's a good question. How the Founders view her state of mind will definitely be looked into.

@WhiteOwl - I like to do what I can to aid in the Seduction of the Innocent :) I only included the dab of color because I thought it would really work well here. I don't plan to keep adding color in the future unless it's really necessary for the page.

@Pixie - grab the bactine!

@Lawelite - Well, there may be extenuating circumstances, but the I think it's hard to argue that she was the one who did the deed. Whether she was in her right mind or not.

@leyna - don't leave me in suspense! Could it be.... who?? :)
Magravan 15th Aug 2011, 4:24 AM edit delete reply
I still say that being susceptible to being taken over by the arch nemesis doesn't leave her in a good position to be the leader, whether she 'meant to' or not.