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Ride or Die is an LGBTQ webcomic about demons, street racing, cults, and GAY YEARNING
After finding a car once owned by his mother, Lucky and his childhood crush Vick are launched into the world of street racing in an effort to learn more about her. But what they don't know is something's lurking under the hood of the car, something fueled by revenge...and gasoline.
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To The Mall! [7/?]
This is gonna be the best heart attack ever!
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A Tree Without Roots - By 라포 (8/10)
There's a great setup here, but it's somewhat ruined by an immediate reveal. The author gives away who the yandere is in the first panel. Big no no. Don't do that if you have a good hook that you could use instead, but this is still promising.
The yandere here is a young man named Heesoo. He's handsome and he's adopted. He has no real roots. No close friends, and he threatens to commit suicide alot.
He doesn't seem normal from the beginning, because his suicide attempts are shows. He doesn't actually want to die.
He keeps threatening to kill himself, because somebody cares. A mysterious person keeps filing police reports. They also call his adopted parents every time he acts out, is sick etc.
The mystery person also sends gifts on his birthday. This is where we meet Heesoo's adoptive mother. She's an abuser and it looks like she only adopted Heesoo for the money. She constantly asks this rich sponsor for money, and she even steals Heesoo's presents. After she gets more "child support" the family goes on vacation without Heesoo. They also live in a large house.
I highly suspect that the sponsor is paying for their lavish lifestyle. He sends money constantly. Heesoo is able to find the name of the sponsor because of the sheer amount of deposits.
That's the only clue he has.
He steals the gift for his nineteenth birthday back. It's a scarf. Heesoo wants to meet his sponsor. He wants to be loved and cared about, just like everyone else. Cha is his only chance.
Heesoo sets the house on fire, and he stays inside until he faints. The fire crew drags him to the hospital, and he finally traps Cha.
There's a flash forward that ruins the tension. Heesoo does kidnap Cha and it's very sexual instead of psychological horror. You've seen it before.
Cha is the victim here. He's older, even though he's drawn like he's twenty, and he's rich. We don't know why he cares about a random adopted kid yet.
Anyway at the end of chapter one Heesoo is in a hospital bed. He grabs Cha and he wins. His gamble to get attention worked, and now he'll never let go of the only person who cares about him.
2022 has been one of the worst years for me- between losing my home, unemployment and financial struggles, and other life stuff. And I don’t have much hope that things will change in the new year (but please world, feel free to prove me wrong >.<’’’ )