S'okay I had posted Ch3 or 4 before I convinced my mom to read it, cuz she'd been bugging me for like 10 years to do my own story rather than these doujins I'd keep getting into. Now she's a pretty big fan, and she doesn't even like graphic novels that much...so for her to say that mine's good enough to pique HER interest, I figure I'm onto something lol. My family doesn't butter things up just cuz we're related...we're harder on each other cuz of it XD If you want, I'd say to wait until Ch7 is online (2 weeks, I'm thinking.) Then read it all the way through. The cliffhanger's great, and the shit at the end of Ch7 finally brings the main plot into effect. (Finally.)
Honestly, I probably won't ever go to Otakon again. I have a real thing against conventions that don't have host hotels attached to the event building. If I really understood how far the hotel would be from the convention, before I agreed to go, I never would have gone. It's too congested, it's too hot, and everything I need to enjoy myself is too far away. DragonCon is very likely the only out-of-Texas con I'll ever go to. Comicon MAYBE if I can afford to pay for it before it sells out.
Hahaha... Charmed was a TV series about 3 sisters that discover they are witches. They have this book, called the Book of Shadows that is passed from generation to generation of witches. An standard episode of Charmed would go like this:
Witch 1: OMG! Some sort of evil being attacked the angel that came from the future to help us stop the titans.
Witch 2: To the attic!
Witch 3: *for some odd reason arrived to the attic first and already is with the book* Page 500 of the Book says [insert creature's name and way to kill it].
Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.... Nothing better than tons of shows that were originally aired in the 90s or early 2000s + some class Z movies and originals series that ain't bad but clearly lack budget when you are having lunch and don't feel like watching the news.
SyFy for me is like the old Toonami hour on Cartoon Network. Great, back in the day, but....now a shadow of its former self. I mourn for both. Same with History Channel (aside from Vikings, which is a gem on their network.)