So this Ask is a follow-up to last month’s from the same Patron (who I later found out didn’t see the answer to her first one, so it’s possible she thought I’d ignored her). Anyway, people definitely wanted to see more of Killua and Trunks based on how that Ask went, so I took this opportunity to try and give people what they want. 🙂
Here is the penultimate page of An Unlikely Meeting, which was finished and shared with my supporters on Patreon one month ago today. Like the rest of this comic this page was written by my supporters, and due to some mishaps that were my own fault it’s actually a chimera of two different scripts that I Frankensteined together. I think the resulting page is pretty good, though, and hopefully you’ll all enjoy the last page of this comic when it comes out in June.
So this was an interesting question to ask these two. With their easy ability to fly up into the air, and their playful natures, I’m sure the asker already knew the answer here. Really it’s less a matter of if they’ve ever fucked up in the air, and rather more if they’ve hit the literal distance of a mile.
So here’s the final page of ben_10mil’s comic “Surprise!” as colored by yours truly. This one was a little hard because I wasn’t sure how to handle the top panel, but hopefully how I handled it is acceptable. I’ve started working on another ben_10mil comic that I’ll hopefully have pages to share with you guys later. Like always I have the original version of this page embedded below.
Like Trunks says, Killua and Trunks have interacted a couple times in the One-Shot comics. In the August ’17 comic Trunks fucks and gets blown by Killua, and in the January ’18 comic Killua rims Trunks. While I don’t currently plan to do a pic specifically following up on this Ask, but I’m sure you guys can imagine what follows.Maybe we’ll get to see more of these two interacting if there are other One-Shots for it or if I use them for a Xoverse concept or something.
Also, here’s the thrilling final episode of my video series about the superhero characters I made when I was younger. I hope those of you who watched this series at least found it interesting. 🙂
Hey, so who here remembers Space Warped? Malezor and I started this comic a lifetime ago, and after completing the prologue he’s just been too busy to devote the time needed to continue it. We even tried getting another artist to do the linework (I’m the colorist and co-author of the script) but that didn’t pan out like we’d hoped. In the end Malezor was able to get the first page of Chapter One done in his spare time, and I made a point of coloring it as soon as it was ready.
As you can see, the strange artifact Goten and Trunks found at the end of the prologue unwittingly transported them into the Big Hero 6 universe. Luckily, Hiro happened to be flying by and spotted them. Hopefully he can help them out.
This is the fourth page of “An Unlikely Meeting”, the current ongoing comic funded and written by my supporters on Patreon. Like always, this page was released one month ago today to my supporters, and now the smaller public version is being made public.
This page was a bit unique in that it was written with a different method than usual. Usually I have the Patrons submit ideas for a full page, and then the winning page through votes is what I use. This time I had them submit individual panels, and then combined the most popular panels into a sort of Chimera page. While I’m pretty happy with the result we got, the process needlessly complicated things for my supporters, so this is the only month we’ll be doing this. It was a fun experiment, though, and I’m glad we tried it.
Also, for those interested in my video series looking back at the superhero world I built when I was younger, here’s part nine:
So here is the third page to “An Unlikely Meeting”, the ongoing comic funded through my Patreon. This comic’s concept and characters were picked out through polls on Patreon, and then my supporters there write each page individually by submitting ideas and voting on them. Patreon sponsors received this page one month ago today. This page marks the halfway point of the comic, as I set a limit of six pages on this comic when it began (since I felt our last comic of this nature, One Night in Azarath, went on a little too long.