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M.A.O.H. Ch 5 Page 6 by missveryvery M.A.O.H. Ch 5 Page 6 by missveryvery

Excuse the slight lateness this week. We always aim for Wednesday (though we miss a lot! Doh!) But I'm is still in the middle of unpacking and interpunkt is a bit sick.

We managed to get it done, though! And we also sold 4 of the comic pages we were auctioning! Thanks so much to anyone who bid or even anyone who took a look or showed a friend! We super appreciate the support and selling those pages super helped with the comic print run we had to order! You guys are seriously all the best and we super appreciate all the love and support we get from you!

Oh, also! Someone asked on a previous page if this is a malexmale comic. This is a comic about kids growing up and making friends and dealing with family. Kids are diverse. Friends are diverse. Families are diverse. People are diverse. The world is diverse. We want to fairly represent all kinds of people because kids can and eventually will be all kinds of people.

Minor Acts of Heroism is a joint project between: :iconmissveryvery::iconinterpunkt:
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PhantomTeacup Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2013
I love the way you answered that question. <3
MsRosek Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Hahaha, oh dear! That expression on the last panel...dun dun dunnnn! XD

Congrats on the great outcome for the bids! :D Also, great response to the malexmale commenter~
I think that diversity and thinking is what makes MAOH really stand out to other webcomics. You can tell from reading that there is a lot of thought put into the pages and story. It's really great! :D <3
AcheronHades Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I hope *interpunkt is better soon! And good luck unpacking, I know how much of a chore that can be :0 Another great page, both of you, I am so intriguueeed! Also I love the zazzles that appear whenever Everywhere Kid translocates, so cool <3
goldenavatar Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
Dude looks angry in that last panel there. Is he pissed that his and Julius' respective human descendants get whacked after producing only one child, or something?
Twilitefairy Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh God~ TwT you guys are so awesome
Powerblade Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
when i thought it was impossible to love aedh more it happened
what a babe
KanevaPark Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013  Hobbyist
Just because one gay couple is represented doesn't mean everything is suddenly gay, or that the work is gay oriented. What? I'm also irked that, instead of asking "is this a homosexual comic," the anon specifically asks with the term "malexmale"... Regardless, I love you guys' response! Hee hee!

I agree with *syo-senpai, this page does seem smaller than usual. Is that just me?
Vampire-kun Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
Remember the handcuff scene in the first chapter? And Serge being the greatest want-to-kiss-him Everywhere Kid fan?
hah~ The first chapter had so many nice things that were great for taking out of context ^^

Which actually makes me wonder, which 'one gay couple represented' do you mean.
Given Aedh's age and general demeanour, calling a guy darling doesn't make them a gay couple, he could call all his blood-childes that. So I don't see any (confirmed) couples.

On a side note, I personally try to avoid the word 'homosexual' because it sounds clinical.
KanevaPark Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2013  Hobbyist
Well, though I'm assuming that the blond man and the vampire lord are together until stated otherwise from their interactions, I'm generally referring to any couple that someone might assume to be gay. Just because there happens to be such a couple or because we think there is one shouldn't make the entire work "malexmale" and etc, etc. There is so much room to add to a work, and in my opinion one shouldn't assume narrow boundaries. Diversity, as :devmisveryvery: said, should be the one thought up, not some limiting factor such as "heterosexuals only" or "male only".

Answering your side note, I feel that the term does not have any sort of negative connotation because of that nature, and find it appropriate. Feel free to correct me if my interpretations are wrong...
missveryvery Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
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