Good ol’ Henry. He obviously gets the H because of his name, but he’s also hard working, and honest to a fault. He’s one of the house inhabitants at Gradients, where he sometimes takes the role of the straight man to the other’s more obvious quirky personalities. He loves sports and is in Mexico studying to become an Architect.
Gavin is usually an eagle, but for ice cream -and other sweet desserts – he will turn human in the blink of an eye. He gets the G for his name, of course, although if you ask him it’s because he’s Good, Gallant and Great.
Phoenix got the F both because her name in spanish is spelled Fenix, and because she is one of the fastest hitters in the Traveling Seers team.
When I am not drawing, I am usually writing about Anime (you can find my articles at Honey’s Anime) which means I get to see a lot of series and sometimes, they capture my heart completely. Cells at Work! is one of those series.
Of all the Alnitak Squires, Erin has been the one with most camera time mostly because she’s the calmest one and the only one who was willing to listen to Robin instead of just attacking to see how he’d react. Which is a bit because I adore her personality, since she’s quite calm and shy unless she’s in a battle. If Erin raises her voice, then you know you’re in trouble.
Robin is my current oldest project, as I just started posting chapter four on Tapas. So of course, I love to draw every character in as many outfits I can while writing chapter five.
Together with Calani, Dew stays mostly in the background of the Dream Keeper Robin story for now. Unlike Calani, she manages to steal the spotlight due to her.. uhm… let’s call it enthusiasm for battle. She may not be the smartest Squire on the table, but she makes up for that with her unending energy.
If there was a comic I loved to pieces, was Todd Nauck and Peter David’s Young Justice for DC Comics. I never missed an issue, and while Kon-el was my absolute favorite character in the line-up, choosing a second fave was hard (It was a toss up between Lil’Lobo, Secret and Tim, especially when he came up with Mr. Sarcastic). I cried when the book was cancelled for the much grimer Teen Titans.
Calani is, sad to say, the one of the squires that has had less chance to shine. She and Dew are my “Those two guys”, and I love their relationship, but since the story is about Robin, Calani and her issues take a second seat for the plot.
Starting this week, January 21, I am premiering a new comic, Building Blocks. (If you follow me on twitter, instagram or facebook, you have probably heard about it already, but I swear, there’s new info here). It’s a project that’s very dear to my heart and started (in a completely different direction that I will tell you about one day) way back in the past century. But now, it’s polished and ready to go!