Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening/Night(whichever one it is in your part of the world),
Hi! I'm here to leave a quick review!!
Anyway let's get right to it,
Once,in the 1960s,there was a married couple.Charlotte and Nikolai Fitzgerald.They had a daughter,Leona Fitzgerald.
Nikolai loved his daughter,Leona.
Charlotte,on the other hand…only saw her as an obstacle.
She was well-aware that Leona was trying every trick in the book to get her attention,but Charlotte just didn’t care.Leona was annoying and foolish,like so many other people she met.She never wanted a child,anyway.
But despite her loath towards Leona,she didn’t give her up for adoption or divorce Nikolai,even though Nikolai tried to divorce her and take custody of Leona.
Nope,she just stayed in her marriage with the child she didn’t like,because who knows what people would say about her if she left them? She’d be judged harshly.
Little did Charlotte and Nikolai know that without Charlotte’s attention,Leona would grow up to be a monster..
Aaaand I am back for another one of these things, and this one is certainly the shortest of the bunch that I've seen, but well lemme try and see what this is all about. This appears to be the parents of the circus lady that is responsible for all the horrible things that we saw in those earlier origin stories with the whole monsters thing....and well, I think this one comes out sounding more like just a brief summary of the parents than anything else and it works.
It highlights what appears to perhaps be a sort of warning sign if anything that Leona's mother appears to have spotted in her even at a young age with the whole attention grabbing thing. There's also mentions of how said mother didn't care for her at all and we can make some guesses as to how an environment like that growing up could have lead towards Leona's more murderous or rather just cruel tendencies, we didn't really see any sort of murdering happening in these stories for a change, just this horrible transformation.
Well...I guess that's about all I can really figure out from this...its not much but I can see why a perspective like this just might not have much to say on the story itself, and from what I've read your origin stories mostly only cover material directly related to the incidents in your story.
Aaaaand that's it for this one.
As always remember to take what you think was helpful and forget the rest.