A pair of siblings wave goodbye to their parents just after they step outside their cottage with their travel bundles. The path they are on winds up the big hills in the background.
On the path, the younger sibling, their jaw dropped and eyes wide, points to something as they tug on the older sibling.
A close-up shows the younger sibling staring in awe at a glowing winged mouse sitting on a flower.
A zoomed-out view reveals the siblings are still only fifty feet from the cottage. The older sibling is trying to pull the younger sibling forward, looking exasperated.
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Comments on Heroic Awe
Nooo! Don’t ignore the mouse-king butterfly!
Good one again, Bunny and Chris!
The comic may be getting too advanced for me. I have no idea what the joke could be.
Beautiful art, though.
I think this is a riff on Jen being confounded by the wildlife less than a day away from his home in The Dark Crystal.
LOL! Amazing! Who knew the front yard was so full of wonders?
I guess the girl was a sickly child growing up, spending most of her time in bed.
Then again, even in real life seeing a squirrel, hare or whatever in the backyard can pull the entire family to the window.
In my own twisted headspace, I always thought an interesting idea for a magical girl parody would revolve around teen magical girls that ended up with not cute magical animal side kicks and have to deal with that. Maybe a plague rat and a vulture.