Comic 1521 - My Impossible Soulmate - Nara Intro

30th Sep 2022, 9:08 AM in MIS Coming Soon
My Impossible Soulmate - Nara Intro
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Jocelyn 30th Sep 2022, 9:08 AM edit delete
NOTE: This and every character intro for My Impossible Soulmate will be based on the character's first appearance. ^_^

Last character intro I'll be sharing before MIS starts. Of course there are other characters (I'll add more as needed as we go after this), but these past twelve I've shown are kinda the central cast I wanted to highlight as we'll be seeing them a lot.

Actually, have we seen Nara before? Odd. ;P

Anyway, I'm hoping to begin My Impossible Soulmate this Fall. Expect a more concrete update on that within the next couple weeks.

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Your thoughts and comments are, as always, absolutely welcome. ^_^
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Amarin_Reyny 30th Sep 2022, 10:04 AM edit delete reply
Why is this character so relatable?
Vessyra 30th Sep 2022, 10:05 AM edit delete reply
Come to think of it, I don't think I've seen an omnisexual character in media before; this is nice! Also, I wonder whether green (and various other colours) are natural hair colours for humans of this world, or whether Nara dyes hers. And of course I'm curious about the fact that we might've seen her before? But I'll leave that one to those with a memory more photographic than mine to try and uncover
Some Ed 30th Sep 2022, 10:16 AM edit delete reply
How exactly does 'omnisexual' compare with 'pansexual'? I understand the connotation it feels like it has to me, but I'm guessing that connotation is not really intended to be there.
Jocelyn 30th Sep 2022, 10:58 AM edit delete reply
@Some Ed

I think this is the most succinct way to put it.

"Many people use the terms pansexual and omnisexual interchangeably. While they are closely related, there are differences between the two. Those who identify as pansexual feel attraction to people without noticing their gender, while omnisexual people recognize the gender of potential partners."
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