Sailor Moon

Another series that I love with all my heart, is Sailor Moon. I was lucky enough to be a small part of the dubbing process in Mexico (As I was learning how to translate for dubbing when it aired, and in fact, my first test for translation was an episode of Sailor Moon R), and I have a ton of sweet memories around them.

That’s why I was very happy when they won the weekly poll in my facebook, because I got the chance to draw them again.


Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a series that changed my life. I’m not kidding, it came on just as the first issue of my first pro-comic came out, and while not the same thing, they had somethings in common (In particular, the main character was a chosen one, and her best friend was a witch. Oh, and her sort of mysterious mentor a Vampire). So of course I loved the hell out of Buffy.

It also had some great characters, like my absolute favorites, Xander and Spike. And helped a lot of my friends to find themselves, and was one of the very first series that had real representation for LGBT+ characters that I saw (Even if I still have some issues with it’s bisexual erasure and I still think it would’ve been more logical for Xander to be Bi. But whatevs)

Nowadays, I don’t consider Joss Whedon the best director in the world, nor the best writer. But I still have a soft spot for Buffy and the Scooby Gang. Because for me, they were always there to make me feel like I was not alone.


Traveling Seers

Traveling Seers is a project very dear to my heart, even if it is on temporary hiatus. It was the last spanish-first comic I did, and the very first Mexican Baseball Comic  published -ok, so I self-published, it still counts.

The story is about a baseball team formed by different kinds of psychics, who play baseball against the ghosts of those who loved the game. And well, I love my team. And I love their manager, Murphy the Goat, who is a bit infamous for… other reasons.

I hope to come back to them soon. I am working on the third volume, but it’s slow. Still, I never forget them.