Okay, NOW the story ends here... at long last (the story was originally planned for twelve or thirteen strips, and here it's lasted seventeen).
I... really wasn't sure what would be the best way to put an end to the story, so I figured I would end it the same way it began... it didn't work for Cheers, so I don't know what makes me think it'll work here.
So, there we go, my first lengthily, regular comic strip series in like half a decade, and I'd like to thank those responsible for helping make this webcomic possible, including my friends Kimmi, for giving Levana her name; and Marie, for consultation and contributing input into the plot; I would also like to thank Comcast... or xfinity... or whatever the heck they wanna call themselves now for playing Jonathan Richman's "Vampire Girl" song over and over and over again last Halloween on their Seasonal Music Choice channel, thus getting it stuck in my head, which resulted in all of this.
So, that's Levana's story, hope you enjoyed it; if not, I can't refund the time you wasted reading this thing... and I STILL don't want to be held responsible for property damage caused by anybody banging their heads on their keyboards.
When did Levana turned into a vampire?
I know that your webcomic miniseries “vampire girl” has ended and I know that its fiction but there’s one question I need to say about it when did Levana turned into a vampire 1 year ago or two years ago?
@roby122: Levana was always a vampire, she had been a vampire all her life up until this point.
still need understanding
@josephcomics:Okay,so then why does she say "human again" at the final page of the webcomic even though you claimed that she has been a vampire all "her life"
@ roby122: Ah, keen observation there.
Yes, she does say, "Human again", despite being a vampire all her life; sometimes, you kind of have to write dialogue in a way that makes it sound better when spoken... in this case, written in a way to make it read better. "Human again" sounded a little more emphatic than to just say "human". Admittedly, it didn't really even dawn on me, until you pointed it out, that it is quite a contradiction, though an unintentional one.
I never realised this was going to be a one off short when I started reading even though you mentioned it was all inspired by the song. It was nicer though as I was unprepared for the ending when it came and you've raised some nice points about what it would be like to have been born a vampire in real life.
Curiously enough the art on your much earlier MASH comic seemed to ahve so much more atmosphere to it, so I wonder if you were using a tablet here instead. It's still nice art though so maybe I'm just more drawn to that older retro look being as the MASH pages reminded me so much of the old paper comics I've always loved so much.