Kim Possible

May ’18 Patreon One-Shot

So the winning One-Shot script on my Patreon was described as a “MomSwap” comic, which might seem odd to those unfamiliar with my work since there’s no swapping of moms on this page. MomSwap is a series I run that’s based on a fictional app for young girls to trade moms for an evening, and the pictures I release are all their accounts (based on apps like Tindr or whatever). So the pics are all mother/daughter stuff (even if I do hope to one day show some actual swapping), and this comic page is basically just four pairings I hadn’t done yet that the Patron who submitted the idea wanted to see. Of course, last month I did post a Jazmine/Sarah MomSwap entry, but that had not been released when this script was submitted. I don’t know if I’ll ever do Lisa and Marge for the app, since The Simpsons always feel weird to me when they cross over with non-yellow properties, but the Possible and Fenton pairings are both ones you’ll almost certainly see sooner or later. Like with Jazmine and Sarah, they’ll be different than what’s shown here. The MomSwap apps show a number of photos each account has attached (it’s the number next to the camera icon in the corner of the image), so I like to think of the pics on this comic page as extra photos from those galleries.

Also, some time last month I ran a trial Q & A session with a video for my Patreon supporters. It was a test run, but I might do more as I enjoyed it and those who participated seemed to as well. I went back and forth on if I wanted to release the video publicly, and ultimately I decided it’d be fun to. I might do more videos in this style, not just answer vids but maybe vids on topics I get asked about a lot (I was thinking one early one might be discussing my issues with Naruto, which I get tired of explaining every few weeks). Anyway, below is the video, I hope you all find it entertaining.

Mentoring Artie

This here is Artie Smarty, the son of the owner of Smart-Mart in the Kim Possible universe. He’s a one-episode character, basically a complete brat that Ron’s supposed to mentor and help become a better person. The episode focuses in large part on Ron and Artie interacting, with Ron’s goofiness doing little to dissuade the rebellious punk skater kid. I actually wanted to draw Artie back a year or two ago when I re-watched the series to share it with my sister, but I forgot about him. While looking up reference material for the May One-Shot (which will be released publicly in June) I was reminded of him and decided not to forget a second time. I really like his design, and even though I may never draw him again I am pretty seriously considering basing an Applebridge character off of him so I can do more stuff with a shota along these lines. >:D

Ride Along

Kim Possible is one of those shows I rarely seem to get around to, just because I have too many ideas for it and I don’t want to get sucked into a black hole of just drawing Kim Possible forever. Since there are so many other artists doing great KP work out there, that never bothers me, but one character I don’t think I’ve ever seen used is Heather (no last name I could find).

In the episode “And the Mole-Rat Will Be CGI”, Kim and Ron catch the attention of a Hollywood director, who gets two big name actors to shadow them so he can make a movie based on Kim’s life. Kim’s actress is Heather, who appears to be an A-list celebrity in their world (despite not being mentioned before or after this episode, to my knowledge). Unlike a lot of similar plots in other shows, Kim and Heather seem to get along famously (no pun intended) most of the episode. Kim has a few hang-ups that seem to mostly be jealousy over Heather’s popularity, but they never quarrel or anything, which is refreshing. Since Heather’s job in the episode is to learn everything she can about being Kim Possible, I thought I’d look into what other things Kim might have shown her to help her get into character.

Compliance Chips

I’m sure many of you remember the season one episode of Kim Possible, where Drakken uses compliance chips on both Shego and Kim (even dressing Kim up as Shego!). As far as mind control goes, these chips were pretty hardcore, turning even the heroic Kim Possible into a slightly cross-eyed obedient puppet. I’m sure anyone who’s into mind control probably imagined something similar to this happening during the time Drakken is alone with the two girls, which we’re never shown.

I drew this one a few months ago, but just recently got around to coloring it. I think it still holds up in spite of its age, and I’m happy to have more Kim Possible content on the site.

Ron Motherfucking Stoppable

So I’m back from my vacation now, and I bring with me a pic that I had mostly finished before I left. I’ve been watching Kim Possible with my kid sister lately, since she’s never seen the show before, and it’s served to remind me of the obscene number of incredibly hot characters the show has. I’ve been having lots of ideas for KP characters, which is good since the show is also doing very well on my poll right now asking what people want to see more of. It’s doing so well, in fact, that I’m debating starting up a comic I’ve been sitting on, now that I know there’s an audience for it already visiting my blog. If and when I do start posting it, though, it’ll be the first girls-only comic I’ve done, which is kind of exciting.

In the meantime, though, we have this pic, which I had started before the poll ever went up. I wanted to start off with a character I see used less often than the popular ones like Kim and Shego, and there’s something I really like about Mrs. Stoppable. I’m really into nerdy MILF-types like her and Luann Van Houten, so I did the natural thing around these parts and let her son have a go at the pussy he came from.