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Separate Ways · She-Ra Short Story ·
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Worlds Apart, Hearts Broken in Two
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#1 · 2
The most impressive element here is the effect of the broken glass; if not for that, I don't think this entry would be nearly as memorable. I understand, however, that the childlike way the two friends are drawn was totally intentional.

The one to the right, though, who I'm assuming is Light Spinner, um...

#2 · 2
Raisin is right again. The broken glass makes this. As well it should: Like the story, we see the counterpoint of innocence and bitter experience. And like the original story, this is an epistolary picture, a one-sided trace, something that uses what we already know to tell a story is what we don't see.

Also: Cats!

Also: In joke!