3-11 - September 1st, 2013, 3:21 am
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[Posted by Iru on September 1st, 2013, 3:27 am]

I feel bad drawing panels like the last one...
But many young boys were truly fascinated by the regime.


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[Posted by Denfy on September 1st, 2013, 3:54 pm]

Dont feel bad, war is war, and I like the way you portrait the story, very realistic and in another point of view, I have only seen in movies the version of the winer , mostly movies made by hollywood, so is interesting to se the other face of the story, in war all the people suffer, there are not completely good band or bad bands.


[Posted by -Ruu-the-Dasher- on September 1st, 2013, 7:04 pm]

Love the first panel, it feels very real. And the second and third ones... Their eyes are so expressive.


[Posted by joolita on September 4th, 2013, 8:33 am]

i just came across your comic and i must say i love the art! The attention to detail you display in every panel is amazing. I'm eager to see how the story develops. Keep up the good work!


[Posted by Kalumis on September 7th, 2013, 4:37 pm]

I have a lot of admiration for you right now... Talking about this is heavy and sad. Seriously, someone already told it, but I repeat : You should be more viewed, your drawings are great and touching.


[Posted by Iru on September 12th, 2013, 4:33 am]

@Denfy: Thank you so much for your understandig! I'm trying to show as much as i know about how the people lived and felt after WWII. To me, there wasn't a true "good and bad". I'm happy that you see it the same way! Happy to have you as a reader!


[Posted by Iru on September 12th, 2013, 4:34 am]

@-Ruu-the-Dasher-: Dear Ruu, thank you so much for all of your comments! It makes me happy everytime i read them! I just so love drawing faces x3


[Posted by Iru on September 12th, 2013, 4:35 am]

@joolita: Always greatful and more than happy about new readers! Hppefully to keep a good development of the story and characters. Thank you so much!


[Posted by Iru on September 12th, 2013, 4:38 am]

@Kalumis: My dear, thank you. I don't know what to say. I'm so happy to hear that you like the story so much!
Skipping through a lot of history made me realize that this topic was truly heavy. So much sadness on every side. I'm trying to capture the feeling how the people must have felt back then.
I'm more that happy about over 400 watchers by now! As i started to upload the story, i wasn't even sure if anyone would watch it because of the WWII topic.


<3 [Posted by Kalumis on September 12th, 2013, 10:39 am]

@Iru: My dear Iru, to be honest, I've seen the banner three or four times and think : "I don't know if I can read with that kind of subject.." And then I stare few seconds to the little drawings of it, and think again and again. And then I came to it : Draw a story on a subject like that, there must be someone who have something to teach me, something to tell about it.

And then I started to read. Honestly, I don't know you IRL but... As a cartoonist and observation lover, I like to say that drawings are like our children, a part of the soul.

Yours are especially touching and great by the life they have in there eyes. It feels like we can see their hopes, dreams and all that made them. Reading that story of men and women right after the war, is the story that nobody tell. Especially in Germany itself. (Or I haven't read it..) So narrate such a story with this infinite soul beauty of yours is stunning. Really.

Also I've been in Germany (Hamburg) this year, and discover this country for the first time. And I met great people. Aside everything that has been ever said, I was so glad to met this country.

I may seem to do a lot about this, but I think it's important to support art like yours. I'm deeply in love with your work, thank you for all of you've done and will do.

(Also, I've linked your webcomic in my website library in hope that people will take a look ;) )

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