ロニー・スキアート - Sukiart VS Suchiato
It's likely that Rony adopted an Italian surname, if not a European one.
k VS cch
While the romanisation is 'Sukia-to', the usage of 'k' is rather rare in Italian, if every used at all. On the other hand, 'ch' is pronounced the same way as 'k' in English, and is very common.
t VS to
Romantic languages tend to put emphasis on the flow of the language, and 'Suchiat' ends rather abruptly compared to 'Suchiato'.
Where did this come from?
Suchiato VS Succhiato
It appears the word 'succhiato' exists in Italian, and means 'to nurse'. Now I'm not sure if this is the actual romanisation the author was aiming for or not, seeing as a possible way of seeing it is fulfilling Elmer's wish SPOILER (that the demon stayed by Maiza's side and accompany him to lesson the pain of Gretto's death, and in doing so learn to smile himself).
 Peter Pan in Chains
Added the introduction page titles from the three 1934 novels. Not too sure on the titles of Peter Pan on chains, do not have novel at hand.
Also, is Christopher's surname Shouldered? That's what I and so many others assume it to be.
 Volume 4 images
could someone either upload or, if they are already uploaded, point out where the volume 4 images (especially colors) are. I looked, but I can't find them, either on google or on the site, and with a full text out for the volume, there the only thing missing. --Saganatsu 00:56, 25 March 2010 (UTC)