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.
In my comic, Traveling Seers (that you can read at Tapas.io/series/TravelingSeers ) I just introduced in english to Piper’s family, made completely out of ghost kids (long, long story that one day I will tell in it’s entirely). Of course, those ghost kids also love Baseball and the team loves them, so of course I had to do a whole series with the players and SOME of the kids:
In every story, there’s that one character who enjoys getting in trouble and getting everyone else in trouble. The troublemakers, so to speak. Obviously, my stories are not the exception.
I made this illustration, with the most mischievous of my characters from my stories for a new banner in my patreon and facebook page, but of course, I just had to make them full body to share them with you all.
Moonlight Honesty is from Gradients, which is currently a Patreon-exclusive strip and you get the whole archive for just $1.00 USD a month. Updates on Fridays.
Dew is from Dream Keeper Robin, that you can read for free at Tapas (Link on the main menu), or buy at my store in physical form. Updates on Mondays.
Phoenix is from Traveling Seers, that you can read at Tapas (link on the main menu). Updates on Wednesdays.
Raziel is from Devil in Disguse. More about him to come out soon 😉
Winchester Mansion is, of course, from my Haunted House series, that you may have seen here.
And finally Moira is from my very first professional comic, I.Doll. But hers is a story for another time.
Have I mentioned I love Baseball? Because I do. I adore the sport, I adore everything around the sport, and there’s nothing I like more than watching games while I draw. So… yeah, the Traveling Seers are dear to my heart. As I mentioned before, I am just introducing them in English, despite being a bit older for Mexican readers, so I hope you read the comic here, and subscribe to get all the updates!
In 2015, I started in spanish a series that is really, really close to my heart: Traveling Seers.
The story of a baseball team made up of mediums, the only ones allowed to play in the Afterlife League, where all those people who loved baseball in life can keep playing for eternity.
I published two books of short stories in spanish, Traveling Seers and Traveling Seers: The spirit of the Game, but they have never been available in English… until now, sort of.
Starting this Wednesday, September 5, you can read the stories of the Traveling Seers Here. For now, I’m starting sharing the stories that are already available in Spanish, only translated, but after a while I will also start adding completely new stories (That will, in time, make the third volume of this series). Of course, if you want to buy the volumes in spanish, they’re still in stock at the Store.
I really hope you enjoy this new adventure, and while the real Baseball season is about to end, you have fun with the new afterlife season.
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.