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Wilfreda the Wanna-Be Witch e51 by megawackymax Wilfreda the Wanna-Be Witch e51 by megawackymax
Victor and Milagros sneak into Wilfreda's bedroom to take a look at that mysterious book. BUT THEN...

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Zerozero204 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016
Oh yeah, they're caught. Time to run.
"You're supposed to be back in the store! We had a decoy!"
"He was delicious."
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DanDrazen Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016   Writer
Someday, Victor may very well take an interest in investigating Wilfreda's underwear drawer.
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stellagal Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016
I think the next line from Miriam would be something along the line "I think we better call your parents and see what they think of this." That can really make a kid repent and swear never to do it again. 😄
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megawackymax Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016
Well, she already went to Victor's house after he soaked Wilfreda with water, soooo...
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Fairy-Slayer Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016

Did Miriam just imply what I thought she did? (Or maybe I'm just reading way too much into it… :)) Perhaps she senses that Victor and Wilfreda's mutual animosity is not so clear-cut. Silhouette Miriam is creepy enough, and I like how Milagros was pretty scared already, but then the witch's wicked grin in the last panel is just perfect for scaring them; and their shocked expressions are fantastic, especially with their hair standing up and all.

 

Now I just wonder what method she'll use to drive the lesson home. The scariest thing may be to lead them back into the store and offer them a "special treat" to show them she's not mad, even as she goads them into eating it. (That's how I'd creep them out, at least.) But fortunately for all of us anything could happen. Thanks for another fun strip.
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megawackymax Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016
I honestly hesitated a lot before decided to leave that text as it is, but I really think Miriam is the kind of people who would say something like that. "Oh, I'm sorry, did I make you uncomfortable? Gosh, I'm not even starting!"
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Fairy-Slayer Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016
It was definitely the right choice for the wicked(ly awesome) woman.

BTW, is she single? ;) I wish I could meet a cool woman like that IRL.
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megawackymax Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016
The OTHER line I was considering was "Well, well, kids. Haven't you read Hansel and Gretel?", but that somehow sounded worse... (and I may or may not use the concept for a whole different arc).

Miriam is not singl--Wait, is she? ... To be honest, I'm on the fence on that. I have both scenarios in mind, and I yet can't decide which suits her better. Maybe in a future arc.
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Fairy-Slayer Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016
Ooh, that would have been a great way to freak the kids out too, but what you used was probably the best for a glimpse of her mind, especially if you want to use witchy tales later.

Miriam seems like the kind of woman who would pick only a good man, not someone who would leave willingly or get into trouble that would force him away. (Besides, any man who did leave her would suffer for it… I mean, giving up such a great lady will fill one with regrets.) Maybe her father is just busy because, to compliment the work of the sweets shop, he's the town's dentist? :D

Whatever you decide, I'm sure it'll be for the best.
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