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The main character and self-insert, Luna, is a teenager with toothpaste hair and a fiery anger for people they disagrees with.
In most strips they get red in the face when someone says something as trivial as "How dare you ignore my critique of your art!
", "That doesn't make sense..." to gay men using slurs that they've reclaimed for themselves, policing them on what they can/cannot reclaim despite not being a gay man themself "OK, y'know what?
I don't care if you're gay, that word is NOT a joke!
WARNING: The creator of this webcomic is a giant douche, even by internet standards. I first learned about this webcomic on the forums, and after reading it i can safely say it's a foul chimera of Natty and Assigned Male, but not as bad as either. Their poses come off looking stiff and squatty, they have a bad tendency to draw arms shorter than they should be, especially when they're at an angle. Their facial expressions are bland and tend to look copy/pasted with little room for exaggeration, and when they ARE exaggerated it looks really off against the rigid posing and models.
Their behavior may include, but is not limited to: Rampant displays of racism, sexism, homophobia and/or other forms of bigotry and douchebaggery. The way they color blush is so saturated that it makes it look like the character's face is burned and clashes pretty poorly with the muted colors they otherwise use.Another character is the token minority, Cheppi, who is a Native American used for about three strips and then mostly forgotten.Once used to talk about a pipeline, quite disrespectfully I think. I'm not sure if it's supposed to be entirely comedic, but the strips that are intended that way fall flat.Two things that are known about them is that they don't think kinks are sexual and run a "sfw" vore blog.That's right, Luna got in trouble for saying they don't like HRT because "Bad body odor, more body hair, the chance I'll get a sex drive- I just want muscle and a strong jawline." Obviously people were mad at them for posting this, so they deleted the comic. Does she hate trans men, does she just hate men overall or both?As a visual medium, the art should compliment the buildup, which in the case of AA, it doesn't.