I'm All Yours

August 25th, 2014, 5:13 am

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Reply MrsMink, August 25th, 2014, 5:43 am

The Feelz!!!
It's really impressive how you manage to bring all those emotions on the paper, the facial expressions are superb :)

I don't know the exact story of Wuthering Heights (just read a summary somewhere), but I'm quite afraid that I won't like how this will end :/ Wuthering Heights didn't really have a Hapy Ending, right?
But I think i like the fact that I don't know it, so i can just indulge in this story without comparing and I don't try to foresee every event =P

Oh and Lon is so sweet. He probably knew that something's fishy since Jay came back, right? (or maybe just my impression or way of thinking) And still he tries to support him without pushing.

Reply JesBelle, August 25th, 2014, 9:11 am

But knowing is half the battle! No spoilers, I promise. The original novel was almost universally hated. Emily Brontë messed with the usual arc of a Victorian heroine hard, rejecting the expectation that she should become patient, acquiescent, and pious. It's still a powerful story, but to a modern reader, the edge has been blunted a bit. 160+ years later we just aren't immersed in the world that created the characters in "Wuthering Heights." It's a testament to Jezbelizia's story-telling that this story has regained that visceral impact. Today, Cathy seems like a whiny bitch and Edgar seems like a pushover. "Jason" makes the characters more sympathetic. Rather than just wishing Cathy would dump Edgar and run off with Heathcliff already, we are genuinely feeling Jason's dilemma.

I'm not usually one to comment on art, as far as I can tell, it might as well be created through magic, but I think that the rough quality of the sketches really adds to the rawness of the story. The faces and hands are just so expressive.

And I love that this story is messing with modern expectations of romantic stories, as well. It's so much fun to witness the frustration in the comments.

So, reading "Wuthering Heights" does not spoil the comic at all.

Reply jezebel-polizia, August 25th, 2014, 9:25 am

@MrsMink: I won't give away anything obviously but the things I'm taking from the original story are more symbolic than actual plot, so don't take the original as a set path for the story. Thankyou for your comments, they mean so much!!!! <3

Reply jezebel-polizia, August 25th, 2014, 9:30 am

@JesBelle: everything you've said in this comment is exactly what I've been trying to achieve, so thank you so much for saying that! It's so encouraging to me :) I really hope the rest of the story does not disappoint.

Reply MrsMink, August 25th, 2014, 10:46 am

Thanks! @JesBelle: Thank you so much for that comment. My horizon has broadened just now :) I always need a little push to actually see an overall picture. That's probably why i always had my problems with literature. I focus too much on details and, well...myself and my ways of thinking, unfortunately ;)
(But I blame school as well for always overanalyzing everything! It takes the fun and emotions out of stories)

But be sure that "Wuthering Heights" is still on my have-to-read-list. Like too many other things :(

And i definitely agree with you on one thing: I love the comment section on this comic! ^^

@jezebel-polizia: You just saved my day and I regained hope <3
But even without a fluffy happy end, "Jason" will be one of my highlights in the comic sky. So i will just wait, see and comment to my heart's content :)

Reply raziesgirl (Guest), August 25th, 2014, 11:24 am

Guilt is a terrible emotion But it's one we can't get away from that is people that have a conscious some people may think that it should be easy for Jason but I know from experience it's never black and white .What I don't want to see happen to this incredible story is for it to go like well Lon doesn't need anything he's got it all so Jason should settle with Elijah .I don't like that kind of thinking I've read to many manga's like that and hated them just cause Lon has his shit together doesn't mean that he doesn't deserve someone to love and love him back .As for Elijah he's going through a hard time right now he's obviously unstable emotionally yes he could use someone strong and understanding by his side right now but is that person really Jason .And what's really best for Jason I like both of these guy's but I have always wondered about why did El approach Jason when he was clearly straight if he had been Bi I would have thought nothing of it .But I always thought that the reason El approached Jay was because Lon approached him first I may be wrong but I don't think so .I think that Elijah wanted to make Lon jealous and didn't expect to fall for Jay the way he did . What I think and I've said it before Jason needs to take care of Jason before he can help Elijah he needs to get his shit back on track shutting out El may or may not be the right thing to do for now but Jay needs to explain to El why he needs time to sort things out and Elijah needs to take that time to get his own shit together .

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