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Nearly a year and a half after first announcing that I wanted to post Rain in webcomic form, I at long last give you… the first page! Da-da-daaaaa! ^_^
For those of you only discovering this right now, Rain is a slice-of-life/comedy/drama that follows the life of a teenage male-to-female transsexual named Rain (coincidentally!) attempting to go through her senior year in high school identified only as a woman. It's intended to be a comedy, but it will also touch on some heavy subjects including acceptance from family and piers, blind hatred, and many of the other difficulties faced by members of the GLBT community. I write a lot of stories to put it bluntly, but Rain in particular holds a special place in my heart, perhaps due to its semi-autobiographical nature.
So, this is the first of hopefully very many. I hope it’ll be a long run that everyone will appreciate. ^_^
(It should be noted that the majority of the comic is in color. I plan to use black and white for flashbacks though.)
Rain, all characters and all other aspects of the story are copyright material belonging to me.
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Late <month redacted to avoid spoilers> 2021, and we seem to be closing in on the end... I'm going to do a full re-read once the series wraps up. Over the years, a lot of things have come and gone in my life, and Rain has been one of the few that has always been there. Jocelyn, I want you to know that Rain might be my favorite story written this century and near the top all-time. Heck, it was Rain (and you) that gave me the courage to embrace my being trans, so thank you from the bottom of my heart and soul.
Over the last decade I've shared this series with so many friends. I don't know how many actually read it, I'd like to think everyone. Regardless, doing so has brought me a ton of joy!
It's interesting to see how most of the characters act in this comic towards the main character.
Is the entire comic fiction or do you base some of it off of your own life if you don't mind me asking?
But why doesn't the previous page work? It's like you put it there to make a joke.