Coming to a close? You mean… we won’t get to know what’s targeting the kilm? We won’t see the resolution of the gods? Please tell me we’ll get an ending that fills all the plot holes. I love this comic too much for that.
Nah, there’s still more story.
Though if you want a “happy ending”, this is the point to stop reading.
while this is indeed a nice end point, i think we can agree that we’ve come too far for happy endings. I look forward to seeing this beautiful disaster to its proper conclusion.
If I recall the theory correctly, happy-endings are for bedtime stories, so that children don’t waken you in the empty void of night, in that transcendent time between sleeping and dreaming, by screaming, “Bloody Hell, Mommy, what if Red Riding Hood has to fend off unwanted advances from the woodcutter after watching the wolf murdered and hacked to bloody bits in front of her. Plus the trauma of seeing her Grandmother, alive but au- naturelle, appearing out of the wolf as the woodcutter chopped him up. (Remember, the wolf was wearing Grannie’s nightgown, …
Since we are not children, we can deal with sad endings. And any resultant nightmares can be quickly dispatched faster than you can say, “Pooh-Eyore-Owl-and-Piglet,” with a quick round of GTA-Vegas, or a pint of schnapps. Your call
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