Well, Vero can be very nosy, much to Any’s chagrin…
By the way, Any’s telepathy is linked to her emotion reading. She can send a strong idea into your mind, not really maintain conversations.
Today we want to share with you this lovable portraits of spunky Clau, made by some friends.
This is a very funny sketch made by Kristy, writer and artist of TEC: The Echo Chronicles:
And here we have a very modernist interpretation of Clau as White Energy, by the talented Aero-Zero. You can read his fantasy comic, Kyria:
Thanks to Kristy and Aero-Zero for their awesome versions of our little Clau. By the way, let me remind you that you can also read here a little adventure that Claudia had visiting the dystopic world of Demon Archives: Minerva.
Michael Yakutis created this wonderful fan art as part of the Spotlight week for M9 Girls at Webcomic Underdogs. I really like the Silver Age vibe of the drawing: Any has this nostalgic feeling of printed comic books. Plus: Hippos!
We are so proud and happy, dear readers!
We have been featured in the spotlight for the Webcomic Underdogs site.
Vero and Karla double date Dan and Mike from the webcomic Cesium!
This short story is inspired by the Crossover Dating Service Diary Game, at the WebComic Underdogs forum.
Dan’s attempts to woo Karla end up badly when Karla sets him up with her socially awkward friend Vero instead. Can these two survive the date? And, how will Mike fare in his date with the flirtatious Karla?
Read Vero (and Karla)’s recount of the date, then go ahead and read Dan’s version of the date.
Written by Rulo in collaboration with DB.
Dan, Mike and Bob are copyright by DB.
Vero/Golden and Karla are copyright by Raúl Trejo.
This tale might as well be canon: the story occurs some time before the lab accident, during the events of chapter two.
Why is Pato wearing a space helmet?
Well, it happens that she recently was part of this massive crossover with Space Lincoln, mascot of the Webcomic Underdogs, along with several other characters from that community. An herculean job undertaken by Sarah Drifill, author of Princess Chroma. This colossal drawing should be hung at the entrance of the MOMA, at least, in my humble opinion.
By the way, Webcomic Underdogs is the very best community for comic creators in the whole world. Pay us a visit some time.
Postscript: Danie and me are finishing the latest page. Please be patient.