ahh... and now i have killed 30 mins when i should have been writting two essays for clas tomarrow(damn you college) butthanx for makingit time worth spent! this is a veryentertaining comic! keep it up plz!
I'm a sucker for abstract flashback panels like the one with Katara and the letter; it's always fun to find clever compositions for ideas and characters to make one image relevant to multiple events. Katara's expression in that middle panel is also fantastic, perfectly nailing her feelings at that moment. Admittedly, the last panel's a bit awkward; Katara's arm looks a little off. As well, the case of the mysterious dissappearing table in the middle panel is something to look out for in the future. All in all, though? This is a fantastic way to make a comeback.
Ah, yeah, the scissors. *shudder* I hope those things were sharp. He would have done a lot more damage with a blunt pair and too much determination to finish what he'd started.
Brilliant use of empty space here to convey emotion. Katara's forearms look a little short in a few shots, but that could be me failing to pick up on foreshortening. Zuko's face on the "No" is heartbreaking, well done you.