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The story begins with Ayako, a teenage girl under tyranny of her parents' strict family beliefs. Driven to the point to run away, she escapes into the nearby forest. While trying to fin a way out, she finds herself interfering in a battle between a bird demon and a half-tiger demon boy. She rescues the heavily injured boy-named Kanjiro- and helps him get back to health. During the battle, demon blood gets into Kanjiro's circulatory system, allowing him to transform into a full demon at random. So, he and Ayako head to Honshu, where it is rumored that a man named Hachiro helps half-demons regain themselves. Will they make it? Or will the demons of the forestkeep them from this? Or will Kanjiro kill Ayako before they get to Honshu? Read to find out!

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The following comments are for "Forever Demon"
by ArtemisElfPurity434

Um... ya...
I hate to be rude, but this is almost as bad as the stuff I post.

Even writing it so quickly that it only takes a page would be fine, but this is like someone reflecting back on an event that is already settled and done with.

I would suggest a longer version of it, something that reflects more on the scenes you imagined.

( Posted by: Ragath [Member] On: December 21, 2003 )

what happen
I like the story. It this the whole thing what happen. You said read to find out. Where do I go to read to find out.
Thank you

( Posted by: GoldenLotus [Member] On: July 28, 2004 )

Where's the rest?
I'm not sure if "Comics" is the right section for this piece, unless you are playing a joke on the reader... get them hooked on the story, tell them to read more, and then let them forever wonder and search for the rest (which doesn't exist).

( Posted by: davepfingston [Member] On: December 27, 2008 )

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