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The Stick Girl in Trioth
A 2-D superheroine crosses over to the third dimension to defend our world!
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Content flags: Violent Content
Comic language: English
Genre: Action
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 4 days ago, 1:00 AM
Number of comics: 148
Number of subscribers: 10
Visitors: 15941 visitors (45423 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (36 votes)

Comic description

Linnea Lin is an interdimensional superheroine from Dioth (the second dimension). She lives with her Aunt Dottie and is a Project Manager at LUX Studios (home of BoxxPanda and BuxomyAngel). However, when trouble arises, she uses her EllipStick to transform into Stick Girl! @StickGirlTrioth


Most recent comments left on The Stick Girl in Trioth

4 days ago
Many years ago, a dear friend told me that she had once been trapped in a restroom stall at work when a colleague barged in and had an epic and protracted meltdown.
Left on Chapter 9, page 17
24th Apr 2018
Note: To be clear, Shima Shima 2 is only knocked unconscious. The birds, however, are dead.
Left on Chapter 9, page 13
10th Apr 2018
Note the echoes from Chapter 2, page 10 .
Left on Chapter 9, page 11
20th Mar 2018
My first draft of this sequence involved a lot of dialog, narration, and exposition. Not a single word remains in the final version.
Left on Chapter 9, page 8
30th Jan 2018
If I were ever to do “The Stick Girl in Trioth” all over again, I would start Chapter 1 with this scene. It didn’t come to me until long after I finished Chapter 1, but when it did, I couldn’t get it out of my head. Knowing next to nothing about this art form, I had to spend a few weeks researching and then designing. The finished design doesn’t look anything like what I had in mind but it’s well past time to move on. I relied on many sources, but the primary source of inspiration was this hypnotic video by

The decision to have “Ribbon” be a woman (with pink hair) was last-minute - no doubt influenced by a separate project I worked on over the holidays for which I needed to learn some anime-style techniques.
Left on Chapter 9, page 1