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Gatchaman Fiction Archive :: Transmute!
Reviews For The Lady or the Tiger: G-Force style
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Reviewer: ghost owl Signed starstarstarstarhalf-star [Report This]
Date: 06/16/2010 1:05 AM Title: Chapter 1

Nice job, Kat. I'm now inspired to go and look up the original so you've achieved Sandy Frank's alleged goal of edgymacating the iggerant. I must say I really enjoyed Key's reaction to Jun's heart's desire. It brought me right back to canon where Keyop does the exact same thing to Princess. You nailed the characterisation in just a few sentences. That's an art ;) Well done.

Author's Response:

Thank you.  I am trying to get a feel for the original G-Force team so when I get back to work on Dress Rehearsal, it will sound and feel right.  (And that line from Key is something of a variation of Keyop’s line in the 1st episode.)

Jessie took a bit of poetic license with the question.  The original question was more along the line of ‘which door did (the princess) point to and why’. (I couldn’t see her asking the way part.)  But do have a read of the original story; it is in public domain and on the internet.  [http://www.eastoftheweb.com/short-stories/UBooks/LadyTige.shtml is one place I found it.]  ((yes, I reread it before writing the scene.))

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