Well, that makes the dialog with lutz about picking victims useful. I think I kinda like the city chapters design and backgrounds more than the demon realm chapter. In there the backgrounds looked like a mess and everyone was kind of a chibi xD.
humm good quote for an ending like that. Makes sense, demon in a human city, gotta be careful. how dose she keep from getting that whole overload thing? do they have a protection from that? Or am I just stupid and the city isnt a human one.... GAH! all the same. I really liked the picture as its cinematic to me, a great way to end, and yet begin. As I am sure you were going for that lol.
This is a nice piece that shows a lovely portrayal of growth both in your style of drawing and how your understanding and skills for comic book story telling and significantly grown since last. This page certainly leaves us with interest and how things go turn out and progress from here on out for your cast of characters. Considering how the last two pages turn out in terms of the story this is a nice/softer way to end the chapter and present a more calming not of how she some emotions and sympathy within her. It shows her personality in a greater perspective that she has a soul that does care for others out there while also remaining to her routes of who she really is and her origins. The design of the page overall is nicely done with the workings of anatomy certainly showing a great deal of development with working much more body language and perspective from which we see the character.
Gaaaw, thank you! That's exactly what I'm going for with Ame. She's fairly double edged - she can be sweet at times but she's still a monster girl when you get right down to it. The story intends to war with this fact!
Tis' always nice to look sexy after you go Murdering~ (God those legs, I just want to hug 'em n' rub 'em )
Also late response is late, damn it...ummm..very interesting quotes, also nice designs on the other two heartcores (yes I do believe I have noticed the black heart one), though now I wonder where she hides them because she's got no pockets...other than mother nature's purse. Shading looks good, and the background, simple, yet effective, good job