Kobra Kid just isn't made for killing. BROTHERLY/FRIKEY one-shot. Read, review, rate and feel my love! :P
(#) youcanstakemyheart 2012-05-14 02:22:15 PMThis was truly excellent and very adorable. I loved the whole concept, and all of the snuggles given. Snuggles are nice, especially post-apocalyptic snuggles.
Author's responseAw, thank you very much! Yes, there is a special place in my heart for post-apocalyptic snuggles. :D
(#) tortillachip 2012-05-20 06:09:40 AMThis was so great!!! Even though Ghoul wasn't actually in the story, his role was just as important as Poison's. Kobra's innocence was something that made him special, but it also forced him to react the way he did after he killed that Drac. His courage to kill came from the threat of a dead Fun Ghoul. That's not to say that Kobra Kid isn't courageous, it seems to take a whole lot of courage to be a killjoy at all, but that final push to kill was from the thought of the person he loved dying. He's really strong, too. It takes a lot of strength to do what he did and still be able to put that at bay for a while. It's obvious that Poison really loves his brother. Just seeing him cry like that and talk like he has something to be guilty about is enough to make Party Poison want to take all the guilt that's weighing him down out of him. He wants nothing more than for Kobra to know that he really is a hero. Well, this was really amazing. Great job!!!
Author's responseThank you sooo much!
I really wanted Ghoul's role to matter and for his relationship with Kobra to be key to this, so I'm really relieved that showed through even though he wasn't physically in the story. His innocence sets him apart from the others, but at that same time it forced that guilt upon him, just like you said. Kobra does have a lot of courage, it's just a case of his conscience outweighing that. I'm glad you could see how much Poison loves/cares for Mikey as that was the main aim of this one-shot.
Thank you very, very much for taking the time to review! :D