Sep 8, 2019 9:57 PMFlyingDraegon
Heyo! I'm Draegon, and I happened to stumble upon this glorious comic while browsing Webtoon the other day. I've always loved stories with talking animals, especially floofy ones! I read everything as soon as I could, and so far I absolutely love the story! Though I do hope Ronan is doing alright, he's bound to notice that Starlight is missing... The action scenes were great, the art quality is phenomenal, and the story is riveting. I can't wait to see what comes next! :D
Also, I'm glad to join this small but growing community of fans! Hopefully we'll see some more replies!
Dec 18, 2018 10:31 PMUlta
*sniffle* So precious...thank you for your kind words ^v^
I wonder what others will say??
Dec 11, 2018 7:04 PMBakannon
Hey there! I'm Bakannon, and the wonderful creators and staff of Hybridor graciously allowed some patrons such as myself to access the website early, and I wanted to take the time to post something to the boards shortly before the site goes public. However, I didn't just want to leave a "here's me testing the forums" post. [s]Even if that kinda is part of the reason I'm making this[/s] Rather, I wanted to make something to potentially provoke discussion into the newly opened forums.
So basically, what brought you here? What about Hybridor caught your interest? Be as detailed or brief as you like. You could even be all "I like when the yellow green fluffy thing did the glowy stuff" or "It just seemed neat" There are no wrong answers here!...mostly, don't violate any guidelines or common sense.
To briefly answer my own question, while the current comic is still in its early stages, and is still going through some growing pains, one thing that's always remained consistent is personality. Not just of the characters, who are great and I want to know more and more about as the comic goes on, but the world itself has a character. It's the future, everything's peaceful, money is an outdated (or nonexistent) concept, advancements in society have even made [b]death[/b] more of an inconvenience. But just like a well-written character, the world can't be perfect and has weaknesses. Should people really be able to live so much longer and just ignore death? What does that do to a person, especially when they lose some of their original self by losing their senses? What happens with money being replaced by social status as an incentive? The status quo of the world set up here is so interesting and has so much potential to be turned on its head, and I can't wait to see how a little innocent yellow fluff ball and her friends/enemies either improve or cause conflict in this story. There's so much potential here that I'm looking forward to.
So even if this post just kinda goes by the wayside and is ignored, I'm still glad I outwardly expressed my thoughts, but enough jabbering out of me, what do you guys have to say?