Sort of an idea I came up, it's a story about a little monster girl who is afraid of accepting what she truly is. Yes, the characters are all based from GT but this is a completely different storyline. Starring Minnie, we'll just call her Minnie. Its a little something I wanna share.
Minnie is a little girl who studies in a school for humans, how she ended up there is still a mystery. All we know is that she is....ummm....special. Girls usually have their periods, she on the other hand begins to have urges...she then realizes that all her friends are in terrible danger. To keep them safe, she isolates herself from everyone else, refusing to make contact with anyone thus making herself a complete weirdo and an outsider with no friends. So sad, but she did it so she can protect her friends...from herself because she knows she is transforming into something....not human.
Poor little girl all alone without a friend to talk to. Just then a mysterious hooded figure approaches her.
It's a grim reaper but he looks kinda young, almost the same age as her.
He tells her "You're making my job really hard. Yesterday one of your friends approached you and tried to talk to you. You should have done what you're supposed to do but you didn't. Do not be ashamed of what you are, do what you must. What you are born to do. Even if it means devouring every one of your friends in your class. Do so, for both our sakes. I have a quota to meet!"
And so the little monster girl took the little grim reaper's advice, she ate not only all her classmates but everyone else in the entire campus. Now she finds herself all alone, all her friends have been eaten including the teachers.
But the little grim reaper tells her "I'll be your friend, I'll always be by your side. Just as long as you accept who and what you are, you will never be alone."
And so from then on the little monster girl and the little grim reaper became the best of friends.
If I ever have time Ill probably make some sort of an illustration book. Not the comic format, but kinda like a childrens book. So what lesson have you learned today kiddies?