The Fox Sister Chapter Little Sister Young Yun Hee wakes one night to find her sister Sun Hee missing from their room When she goes to look for her she comes across a gory sight her entire family being devoured by a nine tailed fox Yun

  • Title: The Fox Sister Chapter 1: Little Sister
  • Author: Christina Strain Jayd Aït-Kaci
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • Young Yun Hee wakes one night to find her sister Sun Hee missing from their room When she goes to look for her, she comes across a gory sight her entire family being devoured by a nine tailed fox Yun Hee survives with supernatural help, but when she wakes, the fox demon is by her hospital bed, wearing her sister s body.Years later, Yun Hee is living in Seoul as a mudangYoung Yun Hee wakes one night to find her sister Sun Hee missing from their room When she goes to look for her, she comes across a gory sight her entire family being devoured by a nine tailed fox Yun Hee survives with supernatural help, but when she wakes, the fox demon is by her hospital bed, wearing her sister s body.Years later, Yun Hee is living in Seoul as a mudang, a shaman in the traditional Korean Muist religion, and she s still looking for her sister Scarred inside and out, Yun Hee is prickly and friendless, which makes the advances of Alex, an American Christian missionary, all the unwelcome But Yun Hee is still looking for Sun Hee, and Alex may be the bridge between them.

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    One thought on “The Fox Sister Chapter 1: Little Sister”

    1. Nice, bold graphics, lots of potential. I'm looking forward to getting more into the fox/supernatural part of the story in the next chapter.

    2. I've been reading this online at thefoxsister/.Although the artist is not consistent with the updates, every page is worth the wait.I'm not that big a fan of manga art, this story does have some manga-ish look, but seems to transcend it and has a manga/european type of look which makes it a pleasure to look at.The story has managed to get its hook into me and I look forward to seeing each and every update I just wish they would come more often.I didn't know there was a printed edition available [...]

    3. It's a really beautiful web comic but it looks like it hasn't been updated for two years. I was hoping the fox spirit actually made it to the United States. That would have been some interesting havoc.

    4. Beautiful art and fabulous pacing make The Fox Sister a great modern retelling of the classic Korean folk tale.

    5. The Fox Sister opens with a rather ominous definition regarding a Korean fox demon and a scene that gives a glimpse of what torments main character Yun Hee. She searches to put that that torment to rest, while dealing with day to day inconveniences like the persistent young American who her dog has taken a liking to. I'm being intentionally vague and in trying not to spoil the plot probably not doing it justice. I liked this comic a lot. The overarching story is very interesting and the characte [...]

    6. OhI never thought I'd see one - a kitsune horror story done right.Nightfall had kitsune villains, surebut they never really felt like they were an actual threat.The kitsune in The Fox Sister, though is cruel. It is malicious. It takes great delight in tormenting the main character, Yun Hee, going so far as to mockingly disguise itself as Yun's sister that it murdered.I'd enjoy this story just on the premise, but the artwork is very nice, as well. It's not quite as cartoonish as you'd expect some [...]

    7. The artwork is beautiful and the writing is brilliant. The creative team behind Fox Sister took the time to do some serious research on Korea in the 1960s, and it shows. The story moves along nicely and the characters are well developed. Best of all, the dialog is snappy.Sadly, the webcomic version seems to have come to a halt, but this paper edition of the first part of the story is worth reading more than once.

    8. Not an awful little webcomic. Decent atmosphere and okay characters. The love story is tolerable but it also has its lows, featuring characters reactions that I couldn't quite reconcile with their previous attitudes.It isn't the worst thing I've ever read and it definitely could be better, but it's still enjoyable.

    9. It's disappointing that this was abandoned, but it's okay, I guess. I didn't really like Alex, but otherwise it was a worthwhile story.

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