|Reviews for Unlucky Black Holes|
| McKnight chapter 7 . 2/7
Judging from their lack of description, I'm guessing her familiars, as well as Penny's, are supposed to resemble normal humans as closely as witches' familiars even can. Kinda like Oktavia's, no?
In any case, these would all make for interesting material for this game called Grief Syndrome. Be sure to check that out if you're not already "familiar" with it.
| McKnight chapter 5 . 12/9/2013
It is said that adults cannot become Magical Girls. Incubators target only adolescent girls because they are the most likely to make a wish on the spot, whereas any adult will take time to think their wish through. For that reason, Nanako most likely cannot become a Magical Girl, and thus cannot become a Witch, although what you specified for her could just as easily be for Konata.
| McKnight chapter 1 . 12/9/2013
In case you intend to continue this at any point, I suppose Ayano could become a Caretaker Witch, Kagami could become a Snack Witch, and Miyuki become a Dentist Witch. Miyuki's Witch form could also have a familiar named Kirby, after the elf who wanted to become a dentist in Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
Hope to see more at some point.
| Nekozumi Pocky Kiss chapter 6 . 9/2/2013
Ooh, pretty cool!
| Mr.42 chapter 1 . 2/9/2013
I saw that this fic has so few reviews and thought it certainly deserves more. All of the ideas for the witches where great and very detailed, and quite dark in general, something I realy enjoyed in the orignal Pmmm. You should definately write on, I would like to see the remaining cast done.
| PlatypusTheThird chapter 1 . 1/2/2013
This is pretty interesting. I would definitely like to see more!
| BHS chapter 1 . 1/1/2013
Well, consider me flattered! What a pleasant surprise! I'm glad I could inspire your creativity. Personally, I'd love to see the other girls' Witch forms, as you've got me pretty curious.
Just for fun: in my headcanon, Kagami's Witch name is Sieglinde, for a number of complicated reasons, but the most important one being that it means "victory" in German, just like the name Vittoria does in Italian.