Can we trust you with keeping what you just found to yourself, Vero?
A page! Fresh from the basement where we keep our artists. OK, not really, they have fine candles.
Happy 4th of July to our American friends!
This day also commemorates the first anniversary of the Webcomic Underdogs website. To celebrate such momentous event, we created of own version of the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Band. The M9 Girls certainly are not that lonely surrounded by so many awesome webcomic characters.
A pat in the back to Melaredblue of Princess Chroma fame for organizing this, and to Aero Zero of Kyria for the marvelous background. And of course a warm congratulation goes to all the authors represented here! Happy anniversary.
See if you can find all the M9 Girls, they are rendered in different styles as they are channeling the celebrity in the original picture.
Wow! Our very own Any is taking center stage in this exciting re-imagining of the famous DC cover.
See Any as Blue Destiny doing a dramatic appearance in the magnificent fan-art by Michael Yakutis, of Webcomic Underdogs fame, and read the story behind the epic drawing here. You can also find high resolution images there as well as a full character key. Kudos to Michael for this great labor of love and passion. See if you can recognize all the characters and some unexpected guests!
Any is sure proud to be surrounded by such fine characters from the webcomics blogosphere!
Our fellow Underdog Neil has created this massive crossover with several Webcomic Underdogs characters having a chaotic but fun time at Space Lincoln’s Holiday Party. Pato is the official party girl, but this time it is Any the one having a good time, and apparently engaging in some flirting with Terry, another enhanced super-powered human! Want to read more super-hero comics? Slice of life? Affectionate parodies? Go to Ruby Nation‘s site and check-up all featured comics!
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!