The Bean 387
The Bean 387
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prepping for ACE this weekend- I will post more in a bit- promise.
keep creating


James_Rye » 8 Dec 2013 » Reply

The sad thing about this page is that Bean's home is destroyed and some of the people he knew his entire life are dead and buried while he here still thinks/hopes to return to that Inn one day instead to become a king of elves and humans. :c

Ruthie » 7 Dec 2012 » Reply

Great! Now the bottom panel has me wondering if Siv was Bean’s father and that rose represents his sword that he used to kill the weaves king… OR… If the Guardian was once a human (or elf) and Bean’s dad who killed THE weaved king, Ganadon himself… Neither story is too likely, but the rose here really makes me wonder if Siv was involved in Ganadon’s death OR was given the sword of the rose by Bean’s real dad?

    Trav the bean » 7 Feb 2013 » Reply

    wow what a thought- or maybe bean has nothing to do with it all.

Merc y » 5 Jun 2012 » Reply

C.S. Lewis once said something to the effect that the best qualification for kingship is to feel oneself unqualified.

Mytla » 5 Jun 2012 » Reply

The hero never WANTS to be a hero: there lies his main, unfathomable, heroic quality 😀
(I caught up, damn!)

    trav » 5 Jun 2012 » Reply

    so you caught up:)- overall impression?

      Mytla » 6 Jun 2012 » Reply

      I would say "outstanding" fits 🙂 it really does. Along the way, you have very much increased my plot expectations, btw 😀

Celidah » 4 Jun 2012 » Reply

I just want to give him a hug…

    trav » 5 Jun 2012 » Reply

    sometimes we just need that

lithicbee » 4 Jun 2012 » Reply

Whyever don't you want to be king?
"Caption for bottom right page in last panel: King Heredric the VII met a bloody end, as is common for royalty in these lands."

    trav » 5 Jun 2012 » Reply

    now if you go back to book 1 you can figure out what the last bottom panels mean and the story they tell or a version of it that differs a little from another version of it.

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