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This time, I'm showing off two things I requested in "let me draw your character" forum threads.

Here's AngryRob's interpretation of Huck, actually a tiny part of an old, big WIP full of people's characters. It's not one of those things that are easily completed, if ever, but the intention is what matters.



I really like the cartoony mascot design, and the smoothie is a funny touch!

And this is Zero "Sir Power" Hour's doodle of Phosphorus, who is apparently bewildered by spoons.



Either that, or he's trying to evolve into Alakazam. Either way, it's great!

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Oh hey! Someone actually predicted one of Huckleberry's possible abilities! Did you notice this doodle's shell gauntlets?



This was made by Jeremy7, the Halloween enthusiast behind the adventures of Toby Lectro! The eponymous Lectro isn't the only superhero in this comic, but he's the one I drew a while back. Thanks, Jeremy!

Not too long after the initial portrait, I got a cool and unexpected crossover fan art, from the prolific KidCthulhu. Kid is a young elder god the author of Tangentville, a long webcomic with occasional nudity (so don't check it out at work I guess) and many, many characters rescued from orphaned stories.



I really like the juxtaposition of vegetal characters here! :)

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Well, here we go. I needed a place to show off doodles from other people, and why not use the blog?

ShaRose49 sent me the first unsolicited piece of fan art for this comic, a nice portrait of Huckleberry... without his mask. Secret identities are still a thing, you know? There's no telling what kind of villain might see this post!!



Sharose is the author of Sunstrike & Bluemist, another superhero comic with a yellow-skinned, green-haired protagonist, but unlike Huck, Sunstrike is a human with a family. S&B also got cool things like secret operatives and martial arts. Thanks, Sharose!