Chi-Chi the Sitter

Chi-Chi the Sitter, Page 2

Now that we’ve gone through the full rotation of the four Ongoing SubscribeStar comics, we can come back to the first one. Like every page for these SubscribeStar comics, the script for this was written by my subscribers on that platform. However, this one is a bit special in that, of the scripts submitted, there was a tie for first place between two of them. Fortunately, the two tied scripts had a few points in common, so what I did was keep everything they had in common, and then used my own judgment to pick the parts I liked best from them both to make this final result. I think the page turned out pretty alright, all things considered, and I hope you all enjoy it.

Chi-Chi the Sitter, Page 1

After I hit a certain goal on my SubscribeStar, I had pledge to bring back ongoing comics as a reward on that platform. I had done ongoing comics as a reward on Patreon in the past, and they’re basically just like the One-Shots I do except the pages form an ongoing story (as the name suggests). I wanted to do them differently this time around, though, and instead of one comic I work on for about a year, we’re instead trying out doing four separate ongoing comics. Obviously I can’t do four comics per month, though, and instead they will work in rotation. I’ll be doing one “straight”, one “yaoi”, one yuri” and one “bi/pan” comic, with the four rotating each month with a new page. December marked the first of these with “Chi-Chi the Sitter”, the straight comic of this group, and here is the first page of that. Next month will be the yaoi page, coming out on the second just like this, and after that will be the first page of the yuri comic, and finally the first page of the bi comic. After all of that we’ll come back around to the second page of this one. I realize this means a very long wait for each page (though anyone who follows me is probably already used to that), but the goal of this method is to hopefully get more people who are subscribed to me interested in at least one of these comics by having several different ones.

As for this comic itself, the winning idea was a simple Goten/Trunks/Chi-Chi story. This has been done plenty by other artists, of course, and was even the pairing used in my first ever One-Shot comic. Since this is the straight comic, there won’t be any action between the boys here, but I’m sure they’ll have their hands full with Chi-Chi anyway.