I'm still wondering why Disbelief used the phrase "I love you" to defeat him. Is it possibly because Der Erlkonig told the child "Ich liebe dich" and in his hurry to take the child, he killed him? Does he grieve and seek forgiveness for the murder that he did not mean to commit?
Love this. So much. I haven't commented for awhile since I usually use my phone to keep up-to-date with Roommates, but now that I'm on a desktop I must say... Ashe, you make my life complete. Thank you.
Oh... Mr. King seems to be in serious trouble somehow. Yey. I can begin making the new cbz. (I just like to end when more-or-less an arc ends so my volumes probably not always begin and end where the "official" ones.)
As far as I remember this is a fairly common expression dating back to the middle ages and if my memory serves right it's normally used to greet the new king, after the old one died. (The king is dead. Long live the king! being the long version.) ... Which is several kinds of ominous.
I like how the branches at the top are rounded and gentle, while the ones below are more spikey…a reflection of the Underground/Erlkonig, perhaps? I also like how subtly the colors shift from top to bottom -- I only just realized it!