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 7th, 2014, 2:00 pm
Reply melaredblu, April 16th, 2014, 10:46 pm
Now who could that be skulking about?
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Reply GroovyKinda, May 7th, 2014, 2:24 pm
Thank you so much for that, and for the mention.
Well now those doors are clearly off limits; who could resist the urge to go investigate?!
Let's see, obviously June is a famous performer now, and Security is chasing an ardent fan away from her dressing room door.
Reply melaredblu, May 7th, 2014, 9:16 pm
@GroovyKinda: You're welcome! I actually made this page a while ago. If I'd known back then that Groovy, Kinda was about to be concluded, I would have tried something more elaborate...not that anything could compare to Hjel's tribute. http://www.october20comic.com/comics/1945317/closing-night/
Reply melaredblu, May 7th, 2014, 9:21 pm
@Charil: It's pretty much a fundamental rule of reality that forbidden doors are made to be opened. That no-entry sign might as well be a bull's-eye.
Reply melaredblu, May 7th, 2014, 9:29 pm
@Delta-v: Oh man, I'm trying to imagine June as a Magical Idol, but I think she might hate that even more than what she's currently saddled with. Plus, she'd probably scare away all her fans.
@melaredblu: You've certainly become more daring in your composition and palette, and I really like the results. I probably should wait until the artists comment, but I also really liked the page layout from the size, shape, and contents of each panel to the overall balance of the page itself. I learned to look for those things from reading this comic. You're not the only one who is learning gobs of technical stuff here.
Reply melaredblu, May 8th, 2014, 3:50 pm
@Guest: One of the best things about webcomics is the ability to watch other peoples' work as it progresses and learn from theme. I love how open it all is! Believe me, I could recommend dozens--DOZENS--of even better comics that have taught me things I would've never figured out on my own.
@melaredblu: DagNABIT! That was me, again. I'm beginning to think that SmackJeeves hates me (Or at least likes to mess with me--aargh!). I guess my point would be that whoever you learned from, you're becoming one of them. If I can see the improvement, then it must be glaringly obvious to others.
Reply melaredblu, May 12th, 2014, 2:08 am
@Delta-v: I figured it was you. I kind of recognize your writing "voice". And as always, I appreciate your encouragement. It's one of the things that pushes me to try even harder.