Don't be shy, Jake, it's just a floating bird creature with a strange way of talking....
Seriously, though, I like Clerk's way of talking. It's different, but still comprehensible. And hello...is this just me seeing Gaeilge everywhere, or is "Fearadaigh" Irish?
P.S. I really like that you've drawn Lave with obvious muscles; soooo many movies/comics have super-strong women who swing swords and punch bad guys and yet somehow are still slender and look like they could be modelling. Not Lave. Lave is ripped. *nodnod*
@RedClause: Ha, I've recently gotten into Irish and Scottish languages/music/history/mythology/etc., so I noticed. :)
I know! And, honestly, guys with lots of muscles aren't terribly attractive to me, personally, but I don't care. If they punch through walls and tear hoods off cars, they'd better not look skinny. XD And where is there a law that says a woman must always be eye candy no matter what she does, anyway?
Life's no cake walk in Persephone, but Lave Faraday has it worse than most. In a city where the undead are part of the night life and supernatural's the norm; Lave is expected to help keep the peace in this impossible city; or do hard jail time for past crimes. But when you have mafia vampires, necromancer frat boys, and zombie booze drinkers prowling the streets, one can't help but feel like a glorified; paranormal janitor. And Laves problems don't exactly improve when she finds herself protecting a young boy from a sinister force; and making enemies in all the right places.