5 Works in Always Human (Webcomic)
03 Mar 2019
"I have no intention of making friends."
Something about the statement caught Eraserhead's ear. Something he couldn't quite put a finger on. He snuck a glance at his student, Shinsou Hitoshi, from the corner of his tired, bloodshot eyes.
The rest of the staff went crazy over the boy. Shouta Aizawa was tired of their frantic exclamations, highlighting the similarity between the two individuals. Their sleep-deprived expressions, their ruffled, haphazard hair, the particularity of their personality... and Shinsou's newfound use of the binding cloth didn't exactly help the situation.
"You see yourself in him, don't you?" Mic had asked him a while back.
The thought of him made Aizawa smile, he just couldn't help it. He retreated his head into the binding cloth around his neck in attempt to to hide the happiness on his face; such a way that Mic had told him several times, was reminiscent of a tiny turtle retreating back into it's shell.
The man drove him crazy, despite the fact that they had known each other for so long. Heck, Aizawa barely even remembered the day they met, for it was too far away to be within the easy reach of his recent memories. When did they meet?
- Part 2 of Erasermic
This was a gift I made to celebrate the ending of the webcomic, for Walkingnorth, the creator of Always Human. She was the first person to read it, and gave me such lovely compliments! <3
In her words, it's "a lot like being punched in the chest." XD
This is a tale of two lovers, forced to be apart, when all they want so very much is to be together again, and instead they learn a valuable lesson about the nature of their feelings. Rated T because I don't want to shatter the hearts of little tiny children I guess?
There is a lot Sunati feels she has to make up for after all she had been gone for a year. Taking Austen to a parade and festivities was just the start. Watch as Sunati tries her best to make up for missing time with her girlfriend Austen.