Part III: [link]
I'm gonna be honest! I'm really torn between being happy that I finished this and being really sad that I'm probably going to have to go back and do a lot of edits for continuity and general reworking of bad drawings!
I mean there's definitely at least one set-up where the ground plane is like "lol bbiab"
So it's pretty embarrassing that this took so long to finish! My defense is that I thumbnailed it when I had a lot of free time and then school started so I ended up using this mostly as a warm-up before starting homework. D:
EDIT: There's a dumb little musical reference in the dialogue, did anyone catch it? XD I'm not sure how many people have seen this particular musical (hint: it's not a Jekyll and Hyde reference)
WARNING: This final section is kind of TL;DR territory.
This section has very little action and a lot of talking and is mostly Frankenstein riding through his hopefully not too contrived character arc.
Right now it seems intrinsic to his personality that he does not become introspective unless he is severely injured and/or bedridden. Otherwise, he is more likely to expel any confusing emotions in the form of, say, a two-month trek through the wilderness.
He is not someone who is ordinarily very good at understanding other people's emotions (something Creature can attest to, according to canon), so someone like Hyde, who is extremely confusing from nearly anyone's perspective, is essentially an emotional black hole that Frankenstein generally just tries to ignore.
Creature is correct, though! Edward Hyde does consider Frankenstein a friend, and is perhaps more affectionate towards him (granted, he is the sort of person to show affection in the manner of, say, a lion) than Jekyll is. Sometimes Hyde can get a little bored with his friends and, you know, kill them and things (as Lucy can attest to), but if he were going to kill Frankenstein, he would have done it before they left London. No point in killing your only guide through an epic wilderness.