This is...a bit of stretch. I don't mean to say it doesn't look good and authentic. But the story seems a little bit weaker even if it's only really hinting at it. I think it'd be a bit more believable if these ghouls were sucking the youth energy out of people and this young girl managed to escape before they got further than her young adulthood.
I'm sorry you didn't enjoy this one.For the record, I heavily based this story on the actual cover I used. Indeed, the first globe ("I want a body so I can live again!") is the actual line that was there. I didn't even change it and if you look at it closely, that's why the font looks different to the rest.I'm sorry you didn't like it, but it's the kind of thing you can expect from this series: comics from this peroid were over the top after all.
I'm not saying I didn't like it, I just said that the story was a little weak. But then, this was a vintage comic cover and plot holes were pretty wide back then.
I agree the storyline is weak, actually. This was my less favorite of all the cover I've made so far (my favorite being the still unpublished Issue 4, by the way)In any case, I think this story is boring and/or over the top, not plot-holed. Despite being seemingly convulted, it's really strightforward: the hag wants to have a body. The only person in the house she's able to possess is a little girl, but the hag wants to be beautiful, so she turns the girl into a woman. Before she can possess her, though, she realizes the new woman is about to escape and thus the hag will be destroyed. The end.I know it seems like there are many hags, but in my head, they're all different facets of the same creature.Issue 3 features a less confusing a very direct story. Hopefully it'll be better.
Well, great job with the edit. I too, though, think that the storyline you tried to go for was a bit forced. The latest one you posted is simpler and better, well done.
Ok, let's agree this one was a failure. I can live with that :PTell me if you enjoy the future ones more than this.