P.S. I like your quotes
Oh this story made me cry. It made me cry so much. I actually almost stopped reading when Bon Bon was... well, you know...
Then I almost stopped reading when Iron Will was... um... (oh the feels)
And yet for some strange reason, despite the fact that there was a part of me that didn't enjoy the tragic feel of the comic, a stronger part of me was compelled to keep reading and keep on going through it, until finally, that ending... (OH the FEELS they hurt so much!)
I'm glad I stuck with it to see how this whole story played out. Would I do it again? To be honest, no. I don't like tragedy very much (I can't watch Madoka Magika because of that and have trouble getting through Attack on Titan for that reason alone), but I'm glad I gave it a shot. You're a talented artist with a real gift for story telling. Even though it wasn't my cup of tea, I still sat through and at the end I loved this story and how it twisted my emotions like a Pretzel. Congratulations on all your hard work, and good luck on whatever you decide to create next
I remember seeing this story waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay back in the day and it just captured everything of Doctor Who's tone and essence. Of the many elements in the story, I don't think any of them conflicted with one another. You actually gave me more sympathy for characters I normally have overlooked in the show because their background characters and what your interpretation of them that you've managed to inject into them brought them life. Your technique improved as well. Congrats on that too.
You are an artist -- a title that you are indeed worth deserving of.
Even the comic is over now, it can be seen that you really love it!
There is a question I want to ask:
You worked for one and half year on this comic. How does it feel that you have it ended now?
Does it make you sad?