Glass Scientists

Comic Book • 2015 • Fantasy  Report
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There are ghostly dogs, but no dogs die on screen.
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Does an animal die?
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Some animal bones are shown on display, and Moreau is implied to have killed several animals in his experiments. Characters also eat meat on screen.
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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RowanOakley
Henry Jekyll is portrayed as an alcoholic.
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No, but if I recall correctly, they're mentioned at least once.
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RowanOakley
A character walks around with a knife often; knives and swords are brandished.
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Implied amputation, some minor characters are missing limbs. No one loses a limb on-screen.
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RowanOakley
Hyde often tortures and manipulates Henry psychologically.
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Does a kid die?
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RowanOakley
Especially in the latter half. Also, Hyde often behaves like a ghost when not in control.
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RowanOakley
It's an adaptation of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Hyde taking control often feels like and is represented as possession.
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RowanOakley
There is no audio.
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RowanOakley
A character vomits blood at one point.
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RowanOakley
Most scenes where Hyde and Jekyll are alone have Hyde attempting to manipulate Jekyll.
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RowanOakley
No, but Jasper, a major character, seeks a cure to his lycanthropy.
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RowanOakley
Jasper is often shown eating lots of food, but this is justified by him being a werewolf. Also, Jekyll is implied to forget to eat sometimes.
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RowanOakley
Jasper has an anxiety attack at least once.
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RowanOakley
No, but Hyde is implied to have lots of sex while in control, often in ways that Jekyll wouldn't. While Jekyll and Hyde are arguably separate characters, they share a body, and Jekyll is often awake and aware while Hyde is in control. The implications of this may make some viewers uncomfortable, but YMMV.
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RowanOakley
Some jokes, mostly from Hyde, some heavy implications both in text and from the author, and some of the author's notes bluntly discuss sex, but otherwise, no one has sex on screen, nor does anyone strip.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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RowanOakley
Some fans ship Jekyll and Hyde, but they're not implied to have any kind of familial relationship.
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RowanOakley
Not intentionally, although a character thought to be male is revealed to be a woman.
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ColleenPoggers
No LGBT death, but most characters are gay/bi, and there are many trans characters.
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RowanOakley
No, but implications of era-typical homophobia, and also a werewolf is hunted by an angry mob and almost carted off to prison for being a werewolf. The society that Jekyll has founded is a refuge for 'mad scientists'; it's implied that science in general is frowned upon.
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RowanOakley
No characters of color have died.
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RowanOakley
No, but jokes about a character eating a lot. It's justified by said character being a werewolf.
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RowanOakley
Some talk of 'madness'. Also, some viewers may take issue with the "split-personality" trope that is so common in adaptations of Jekyll and Hyde.
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RowanOakley
No, but this is Victorian London (or a steampunk version of it, anyway), and it's implied that some of the Victorian views on homosexuality drive a wedge between two male characters, one of whom is interested in the other.
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RowanOakley
Ongoing, but some chapters have sad endings.
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RowanOakley
No, but lots of smaller explosions, and at one point a town catches fire and someone dies during.
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RowanOakley
No, characters generally use blades as weapons.
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RowanOakley
Lots of both, especially when it comes to ghosts and hallucinations. At one point, Jekyll hallucinates that another character's face is melting off his skull, and it's shown in fairly graphic detail, just to give an example.
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