Ok First round - next round comes, don't worry!
@cherrystark you got a colour rush kind of writing style what's great, you make the reader stand in the middle of the actions. Makes me feel like i am there in the book, just lovely. But sometimes you make monster sentences, it's eases after a while. I didn't read much yet, will continued definitely. So I don't know if you do it usually or it was just for the start because you wanted to get all the information in?!
@ZakuraTheFungi I like that you write the POV of different characters, it gives me as a reader background info but not to much revealing scenes. Also thanks for the translations, i hate it when people write a full sentence but don't translate it. I would have been lost without translations tbh. Red Dragon/His Eyes etc. at that moment you didn't described the person screaming at all. It would be a nice addition just to know who's screaming and how they body react to seeing the red dragon - would make the scene more colourful to read for the reader.
@queen_of_spades Love your bite-sized episodes, that I can just read before leaving for work. I love the relationship Thomas (my absolute favourite Name ) and Delilah got, they are cute and how much Tom knows about her is adorable. It's so well written that I can imagine them in other scenes together after only reading a few episodes. The only thing that throws me off are the beginning of the sentences, they are almost all the same. You use quite often she, her or him, he. Try to describe the character, like Delillah as an example would be wavy brown hair (only read it once) or use other starters.
Also Delilah's situation reminds me of the saying " Don't stress the could haves. If it should have, it would have." Maybe this inspires you a bit
@Nossumy Seriously if their is no one out there who is even making the pillow? I need answer! Just joking, you comic is funny and super cute - it feels like homemade cookies. The only think I don't really know of because I don't draw, its the speech bubble. Sometimes they are so big you can't even see the cute art and i think it's a pity to say the least. But as I said I don't draw so I don't really know if it should be like that??!
@bulletcrucifixion I just have to say that, I get Thor vibes. Full blown Asgard feelings with the title. As mentioned before I love bite-sized stories, it just easier to read. And the music is the cherry on top, please keep that up! The only thing that confused the hell out of me was the "fathers cousin" "great grandfather" etc. it's just a bit much, but i understand that's a big family and that lives a long life. So don't change that. I just wanted to mention it that it's confusing and if readers ask don't get mad at them. (And you commended twice what's funny )
@All_and_None It's interesting to see people be actually into Germany and their people. I don't know a lot about Nietzsches Story, but I love how you build up the story and your art is magnificent. There are some tip errors like Frits and Fritz (Fritz would be right) but nothing to bad. Also Fritz called his Mom Sie what's uncommon even for the 19th century, she would be addressed as Frau Mama (Herr Papa for dad), as far as I remember. And he wouldn't have called his sister Elisabeth, she is only know as Elisabeth because she liked it more but he would have called her Therese (her first Name) as a kid. And the last think is the Ü, write it when needed because Ubermensch doesn't make sense. But overall these are just minor mistake I have to correct as a German (sorry!).
@crowstories I like your art style, it's simple but loud, it speaks the message. There are some tip errors but with a second look on it you will find them, they aren't big and with good will over-read. It's a classic school bully story and I am excited to read on, I am just afraid that I might get flashback from my own school time. But i will get on with it even with a little break between but you got my read for sure!