Foreign Minister Qw'Arat is Princess Regent Banara's most valued confidant and ally, described by the Princess herself in A Deviant Mind #20 thus: "My foreign minister, Qw'Arat...is my greatest source of intelligence. She’s mean, she’s arrogant, with almost an unreadable face. The courtiers say she’s the most witty, sparkling conversationalist. All she does is stand there and listen to them go on and on about themselves. It’s brilliant." Najimi: "So You don’t trust Qw’Arat, either?" Banara: "No. She only tells me what she thinks I want to hear...to further her own career." Najimi (inner monologue): Banara either had a powerful mentor, or the girl was a bloody political genius.
Ahem, A Deviant Mind haiku: The hero’s memory is gone, the bad guys descend like autumn rain, We are fine with that.
Pam…I ordered my copy! Now…if only Najimi will get her own series…Pam…I know you hear me….Pam….issue 18 Pam…I need it…Pam….when is it coming….Pam….I know you hear me….you’re flipping me the double bird right now I bet…but it doesn’t matter to me…issue 18 Pam….need to know when it’s coming….Pam…….
That Brat Najimi is an awesome character! Your comics are great! Awesome story and art!
PAM! PAM! GOT THE BOOK!!!! PAM you are so cruel!!!!!! Now Najimi and Tayge are missing too???????? PAM!!!! PAM!!!!!
Thank you so much for A Deviant Mind! I’ve read the first two between running errands and cleaning house and I’m hooked. This is good sci-fi and I’m loving it.
Amazing. Magnificent. This is simply the BEST CGI comic art I have ever seen.
“Pam I got issue 20….OMG! Great story! Najimi has really grown since she first come into the series …. omg … her and Asuka really steamed up the comic … but the interaction with Najimi and her sister is what got me the most…and the girl is only 14! With so much stress … incredible. First I thought she wanted the throne for herself … but I see she loves Najimi to death … the ending …. DAMN!!!! Like you said I screamed at the book!!!!!”
….What really got me..was the scene (in A Deviant Mind #23) with Najimi and her father…hearing her father say those hurtful things…then right after that he tells her he loves her… wow… that was most powerful moment in the book for me.
Personally from what I’ve read so far I feel like your stories should have real universal appeal. Everybody feels lost and no one really knows who they are. I think we just delude ourselves from time to time in thinking otherwise.
(A Deviant Mind #19) is my favorite issue so far. Just fantastic writing. We feel Najimi’s pain with this story … awesome work, Pam. I am chomping at the bit for this to be available in the printed version.