N is for Noemi

Noemi is yet another one of Romeo’s housemates, and the one we’ve seen very little for now. This is because she has a reputation of being cold and being studying all the time so well, she’s usually in her room, reading.

DC Elseworlds

If there’s something I adore about comics are the multiverse and parallel realities stories. Seeing what would have happened if they had zigged instead of zagged is always intriguing. Obviously that means that Marvel’s What If is one of my favorites, but that doesn’t mean that DC is left behind.

M is for Moonbeam Honesty

Moonbeam Honesty is another of Romeo’s housemates. She is a very passionate woman, who thinks society should be fair and equal and is ready to fight and tell everyone about the unfairness we suffer today. She also happens to do many of those protests chained to doors and sometimes even without clothes.

Building Blocks in Pokemon World.

I’m going to be totally honest: I adore the Pokemon designs. Yes, even the absurd ones like the icecream cone and the keychain. There’s something about their looks that make me wish they existed in real life. Like everyone else, I want a Charizard.

Captain Marvel Week

Have you seen Captain Marvel? If not, go. Run to your nearest cinema and watch it because it’s a really fun movie. I enjoyed it from start to finish and while I was already a Carol fan from the comics, I came out waiting to see more of her in the MCU. And well, given that, I skipped one fanart week poll to give her and those other women who have used her names in the Marvel Universe a much deserved homage.

K is for sKater

Now, unlike Juliet, Julian here is not a spoiler character for Gradients. It’s just that so far he has only appeared on the Friday Patreon’s strips. He’s the very first friend that Romeo made at College, before he even knew about the house where he’s living now.

J is for Juliet

I have to apologize a little since well, due to a mixup with my calendar, Juliet has yet to appear in Gradients. So technically… this is a bit of a spoiler. But she’s coming soon, so… I will try to keep everything a bit vague. You will like her, I swear.

Gail Simone’s Homage Week (DC Comics)

At the risk of sounding a bit too fangirly, I absolutely adore everything that Gail Simone writes. From her Bongo stories to now Domino’s Hotshots, her stories are funny, sad, poignant and more often than not, end up hitting every single one of my buttons as a comic reader. She has made me love characters I used to despise, and hate and fear villains that I thought were harmless.