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Original Web Comic: “The Star-Shaped Scar” #022

This is the latest strip for my original web comic The Secret of the Star-shaped ScarΒ (or The Star-shaped Scar for short). You can read it by simply clicking HERE.πŸ™‚ Unfortunately, this strip is the final one in this batch of strips, so there will bit a bit of break whilst I prepare the next batch.

The Star-shaped Scar is a sci-fi thriller set in the 80s and centres on a young girl who has lost her memories after an apparent accident. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊

Original Web Comic: “The Star-Shaped Scar” #021

This is the latest strip for my original web comic The Secret of the Star-shaped ScarΒ (or The Star-shaped Scar for short). You can read it by simply clicking HERE.πŸ™‚

The Star-shaped Scar is a sci-fi thriller set in the 80s and centres on a young girl who has lost her memories after an apparent accident. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊

Daily Heroine: Evie Garland

Today’s Daily Heroine is: Evie Ethel Garland (played by the lovely and exceptionally talented Maureen Flannigan) from the cult American sci-fi sit-com titled Out of this World, which was first broadcast in 1987. Boy, did I have a crush on Evie as a kid, After all, she’s cute, she’s clever and she’s kind. Oh, and her father is an alien, so she has special, superhuman powers too! How fantastic is that?πŸ˜† As for Out of this World in general, I think it’s a lot of fun. Nothing fancy, just a simple, good-natured light comedy, that never fails to give me a chuckle or too when I watch it. Unfortunately it has never had a complete DVD or Blu-ray release, and this is apparently due to legal issues. But maybe one day…? I can always dream!πŸ˜„

I’m always on the look out for new interesting and likeable heroines, so if you have a particular favourite, please tell me about her! Till tomorrow, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you.😊

Original Web Comic: “The Star-Shaped Scar” #020

This is the latest strip for my original web comic The Secret of the Star-shaped ScarΒ (or The Star-shaped Scar for short). You can read it by simply clicking HERE.πŸ™‚

The Star-shaped Scar is a sci-fi thriller set in the 80s and centres on a young girl who has lost her memories after an apparent accident. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊

Daily Heroine: Princess Zelda

Today’s Daily Heroine is: Princess Zelda, from the The Legend of Zelda series of Japanese video games, for the most part produced by Nintendo. The Legend of Zelda series has quite a long history: there have been well over twenty games in it, the first of which was released way back in 1986. Princess Zelda has appeared in most of these games, often as a damsel in the distress, and her appearance has varied greatly over the years, from very cartoony, to tall and regal. In my opinion the best-looking Princess Zelda is the latest version of her, from The Breath of the Wild, which was released in 2017. The wallpaper you can see above is from this particular game. I haven’t had the chance to play it yet, but I certainly hope I will be able to one day.

I’m always on the look out for new interesting and likeable heroines, so if you have a particular favourite, please tell me about her! Till tomorrow, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you..😊

Original Web Comic: “The Star-Shaped Scar” #019

This is the latest strip for my original web comic The Secret of the Star-shaped ScarΒ (or The Star-shaped Scar for short). You can read it by simply clicking HERE.πŸ™‚

The Star-shaped Scar is a sci-fi thriller set in the 80s and centres on a young girl who has lost her memories after an apparent accident. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊

Daily Heroine: Yoko Tsuno

Today’s Daily Heroine is: Yoko Tsuno, the adventurous engineer from an ongoing series of “comics albums”, created by Belgian comic artist Roger Leloup. According to Wikipedia, The Yoko Tsuno series currently consists of nearly thirty albums (plus a novel), the first of which was published in 1972. Once again, this is a series I’ve only just scratched the surface of, but I find it quite appealing. Its art style and plots are very reminiscent of The Adventures of Tintin, which I’ve always been a big fan of. And that is not surprising when you consider that Mr Leloup worked for HergΓ© (Tintin’s creator) early in his career. So I guess Yoko Tsuno can be considered a spiritual successor to Tintin.πŸ™‚

The cover you can see is from the first album of the Cinebook edition of the Yoko Tsuno series, titled On the Edge of Life, which was first published in 2007. However, chronologically the first album is actually The Curious Trio. For some reason, Cinebook is publishing the series out of order.

I’m always on the look out for new interesting and likeable heroines, so if you have a particular favourite, please tell me about her! Till tomorrow, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you.😊