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SFeyenoord Featured By Owner Edited Jul 13, 2015
I read the English version of the graphic novel. From those eight chapters alone you can tell a lot. The conversation in the cab and how it is held and the facial expression of Roberta says a lot. The tone of her words before Nadia says, "Some men are worthy of us women", is with irritation, anger and a little sarcasm. After Nadia says those words, she looks happy and she expresses her real toughts.
From what I can see so far is that Roberta is minority in this town. Imagine how Roberta must feel If she looks at her own relationship with her husband and how the rest of society treats their husbands with hate. Everyday confronted by that kind of extreme hate toward shrinkees and knowing that most of society would hate her too for treating her husband good. Roberta would love "The Change" if it only targeted men who she thinks deserve it. But since that it's not the case and that most women turn into monsters themselves, she slowly but surely will hate The Change. You can hear that in her sarcastic words when she praises the change.
I can guess that when her husband shrunk, she didn't torture him like Nadia did. Their relationship is much stronger than that of Nadia and Mark.
I honestly don't like Nadia. The way she acted in the first chapters, was with lot of malice. And it was so unnessecary unless Nadia thought that some powerfull group was monitoring them. But that so unlikely. But every good story must have villains. And Nadia played that part perfectly.

You've done excellent work with the subtle hints in your graphic novel. This world is interesting.
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SFeyenoord Featured By Owner Edited Jul 12, 2015
El Cambio. Very interesting world to explore. We no nothing about "The Change" yet. How long it is around. But the conflicting situations you get with this are interesting. You can cleary see that the males aren't the only ones who have a difficult time and conflicting feelings. From what I have seen in the 8 chapters most women also suffer because of The Change. Nadia the most off all.
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butre3004 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Men and women suffer the consequences of The Change. But sometimes women can take advantage of the situation and its size advantages
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SFeyenoord Featured By Owner Edited Jul 12, 2015
Indeed. They often do as I see in those eight chapters. But where they put themselves in a disadvantage is the hate and the dehumanisation of the shrinkee. They already have size advantage. Instead of loving them, they frustrate themselves by treathing them bad to horrible. And it is an unatural response. This will hurt a lot of women mentally in the long run. The nurse gave a good explanation. Nadia is lucky she came across Roberta and that nurse, because Nadia is one of those types too.
Roberta is a strong character and doesn't care about social customs. Unlike Nadia she treats her shrinkee husband well and let hem wear clothes.
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butre3004 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Yes, I really wonder how you are capturing the essence of this novel (which incidentally is written in Spanish). And I ask forgiveness for what limited my answers, because English is not my language.
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jaypeebee14 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2014
seen the rest of the comic where they go in the bathtub hope I can see the nect chapter that they will go to carla 
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butre3004 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  Student Digital Artist
English version of my comic!
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johnhoward777 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2015
why are some pics small and unreadable
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