Do you know of any artists here on Dynasty that use watercolours (or their works have a watercolour-look to them), like some of the pictures by Moyu Marginal?
I'd really like to see more of those. Even single images are fine :)
The anti-ghost charm hovering in mid-air (from the perspective of the fake medium) makes it clear that the crepe Reiko was eating earlier in the story was also hovering in mid-air, with bits occasionally just...disappearing.
Thanks! It's a mash-up of Kemono Friends and Shadowrun. Shadowrun is a tabletop roleplaying game from the '80s that basically asks the question "What if cyberpunk science-fiction also had elves and ogres and dragons and magic?"
Lion and Moose are your basic heavies. Beaver-dono is a rigger, Prairie-chan is a hacker. Bag-chan is a battlemage, and Serval is a street shaman.
Really liked the outfit the artist designed for Serval.
Had this idea several years ago. It was inspired by this pic here: https://dynasty-scans.com/images/5187. Finally decided to throw some money at an artist to make it happen, and this is the result. Figured I'd share.
Love the message in this one. Fated lovers (including lovers who met as tiny children and don't remember) is a very common trope in manga and anime, and I've seen it shoehorned into a number of works that absolutely didn't need it. So I like this subversion.
As someone who bought (when it was new) the first ever issue of X-Men which introduced Kitty Pryde (Uncanny X-Men #129, Jan 1979) from the "Hey Kids! COMICS!" spinner rack at 7-11, she has a long history of being involved with dudes named "Peter".
She was canonically 13-years-old in her debut, and was seriously crushing on Peter Rasputin (aka Colossus) for years. She even asked him to take her virginity at one point when it looked like they were both going to die from the Brood parasites they had been infected with. (Uncanny X-Men #165) He turned her down because she was too young, and because he wanted that first time to be because they loved each other and not because they were about to die.
After she broke things off with Peter Rasputin (for reasons way too complicated to go into here), she dated Pete Wisdom for a while in the pages of Excalibur, which was basically a UK-based version of the X-Men.
They may have made her interested in girls at some point, but that would have been a later character development. At the very beginning, and for years afterwards, she was definitely into dudes.