As darkness threatens to engulf all life, the universe cries out for a champion with a pure heart. But they'll have to settle for schoolgirl June Summer. With the help of her friends and her mentor, a winged bunny, June will battle monsters, struggle to maintain a normal school life, and occasionally watch television. Hey, even heroines need a little downtime. -A Magical Girl Parody. Updates Wednesdays!
May 16th, 2012, 2:00 pm
Reply melaredblu, May 15th, 2012, 1:59 am
April sure looks convinced in those last two panels, doesn't she? I know I'd be convinced. Definitely.
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Reply webkitty (Guest), May 20th, 2012, 3:23 am
OCTOPUS MILK WIN
Reply melaredblu, May 20th, 2012, 3:23 pm
Credit where it's due! For anyone who might be reading this, may I just say for future reference that it was Webkitty here who gave me the idea. All cephalopod/lactose-related humor in this comic is thanks to you, Webkitty!
Reply WEBKITTY (Guest), September 6th, 2012, 12:30 am
oh stop it you. hahah i like the focus/unfocus you did to show the guy in the background.
I just realized that our protagonist has an African American friend. Kudos in your general direction to fight white-washing! It just seems in many of the comics I read that the colorful nature of American schools is just washed over in a lot of school-age things. So point in your corner. Much better than me who thinks of all his characters as white by default and then leaves the color up to the artist. In my defense though, two comics I'm working on ended up with black ethnicity simply because the artist felt it was write for the character. It is very bizarre but then again, a few of my friends over the years have been African American women, so maybe my subconscious is telling the artist to do what I'm afraid to do myself (since writing for other cultures is hard, and I had a bad experience once when I did it very badly).
Reply melaredblu, February 24th, 2016, 5:12 pm
@Kei163: Honestly, the reason she's designed that way is because I didn't want her to end up looking too much like May or June. None of the early designs looked good so I tried drawing her as a black girl. I liked the results so I kept her that way. My main concern is that she's well-written.