LNH20: Menace #1 (the right one)
lalo.martins at gmail.com
Mon Feb 13 00:42:06 PST 2012
quoth James Mason as of Mon, 13 Feb 2012 00:37:38 +0000:
> On Feb 12, 11:11 am, Lalo Martins <lalo.mart... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Through green fields dotted with trees, ran what looked like a Big Cat,
>> of black-spotted gray coat; from a distance, it looked like an
>> overgrown ocelot, which doesn't say much, since not many people know
>> what an ocelot looks like anyway. Think a leopard, but smaller and more
>> gray. But upon closer inspection, the proportion of the limbs was all
>> wrong; the creature was, in fact, humanoid, with only the fur, tail,
>> claws, slightly feline-style over-developed legs, and facial features
>> to tell she wasn't a regular human.
> Actually I'd like to know more details about Pantra's physical
> appearance since I though she was Panta when she first appeared so I
> assumed she looked like her.
Hmm, that was the description, I thought :-P humanoid ocelot (wikipedia
has a good photo), largeish breasts, wears strips of fabric meant to keep
people from worrying about whether or not she's dressed.
What else could I say... she's not too tall for human standards, she's
about... hi May, how tall is she? I think about 1.6m. She doesn't have
extra “human” hair on top of the cat hair. Brown and green cat eyes and a
habit of licking her lips in a disturbing way when she smiles (not dirty
disturbing, more like scary).
>> "Who did you say again? Lycanpersians? You know I got my superpowers
>> from some radiation that leaked out of a crashed Lycanpersian flying
>> "Of course you did. No, Lycopersicons."
> Also I thought she got her powers from a god which is why I typed that
> she said that in Great Catastrophy 3.
Don't be in a hurry to believe anything Pantra says.
Sigh, I guess I'll have to “ruin” the joke and explain. We had planned
for it to happen 3x in the first issue so it would be clear, but since I
can't know when we'll post the next parts, better explain in case anyone
wants to use her before then...
Here's the thing: we decided to use her attention span problem to do a
comic riff on old-school mysterious pre-Origin Wolverine. We want to have
her offer one absurd origin story per issue at least. The truth is she
has no idea and she doesn't really care much.
(Which explains January's “Of course you did”; probably not the first or
the second origin story she hears.)
She came up with the goddess thing as a way of flirting with Googlemesh.
Now that she has met Catastrophe, I'm looking forward to her telling
someone she's his daughter, to which he'd be all “what? No way!”...
What's her *true* origin? We don't care either ;-)
-- Lalo “ooh, a butterfly” Martins
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