Xailenrath Comics Presents
Much Inspiration, NOT much motivation. Or is that the other way around?
Last update: 12th Jan 2022, 6:10 AM
Violent Content Occasional Frontal Nudity Sexual Situations Frequent Strong Language
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Various and sundry comics from Xailenrath that haven't been already posted in the way-to-many other comic project sites that Our Humble Cartoonist has across ComicFury.




Another Broken Cartoonist.
Coffee addict. Art suppy junkie.
Dr. Apathy with a PhD in PhuckDat.
Stays crispy in milk. Stays happy in vodka.
Another Phoenix In Crisis. Suffering burnout and preparing to rise from his own ashes.



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During the course of day to day activity in PacLand City, the cyborg agents of Mesmeron (The "GhostDroids") tend to get destroyed by PacMan and his security forces. A lot.

Mind you the GhostDroids are good at their jobs, but sometimes, the PacLanders are just too much for them.
As artificial beings, Mesmeron has placed self-destruct mechanisms in their bodies, but, sometimes, there are remnants.
The Pacland scientists have salvaged some of these remnants and reverse engineered them. That, along with longstanding Pac-Land science and what they were able to glean from the other refugee Norems, whose planet was invaded and taken over, enabled them to create a Cybroid creation of their own, complete with artificial superpowers.
They dubbed him Superiac.

His job is, ostensibly, to protect the 'innocent' PacLanders from the GhostDroids and foster a degree of good will with the remaining Norems in PacLand City.
Mind you, the PacLand scientists had not completely replicated Mesmeron's process for copying brain engrams to artificial beings, so, when they used "Packy" PacMan's brain engrams to boot up Superiac, something was a bit.... off.

Superiac is a fully autonomous AI, but he seems to have gleaned nothing from PacMan but his ego. There are also bits and pieces of the GhostDroids' personality within him as well.

Powerwise, he is stronger than Pinky, as fast as Blinky, and utilizes the teleportational warp that Inky possesses to store explosives like a transit warp to get from place to place. As the GhostDroids can hover and glide a foot or so off the ground, Superiac can actually fly. He also has the bizarre ability to grow to 15 feet tall when he ingests power-pellets.
Unfortunately for all involved, mentally, his out-of-control ego often distracts him from his mission. He dawdles in any mirror he sees, even in the middle of a fight, and any blow to said ego can send him into either a catatonic state until he is reassured, or send him into an insane rant, possibly due to Inky's brain engrams being part of his mental make-up.

He is not indestructible, however. He is tougher than the GhostDroids, but he is made of the same stuff. He can be destroyed. Unlike the GhostDroids, who have many, many back-up bodies languishing in Mesmeron's clone pens, there is only one Superiac... at least until the PacLand Science department can create new ones, for which they do not yet have the materials, resources or complete know-how.
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The human (or, rather Spheroid) versions of Mr. and Mrs. Pacman
Special security agent and head of R&D for The Pacland Power Processing Plant
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Octopus Ink
Just last year, when I was in a dry spell, I went back and tried to redesign Action Pac'd just a bit.
I added Mesmeron and Grump and even a few folks from Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures.
I wrote in that Mesmeron was an alien stranded on Spheros (Pac-Planet) and created the GhostDroids to infiltrate the planet's power infrastructure in order to find a powersource that'll extract his disabled ship from the cave it crashed into and leave the planet. Spheros's Power Pellets would be more than adequate, but, are secret and hoarded and doled out by the Energy Commission of Pac-Land, the planet's capital city.

The GhostDroids (sorta) accomplished the mission as they were able to get jobs at the Energy Commission. There's a lot of corporate spying and intrigue, despite the planet and it's people being nuts.
This pic was Sue at the company picnic with her co-worker, Pepper Pacman... who is a bit unhinged, as well.

"When her creator ordered the cyber-android spy, Sue Spektor, to infiltrate the Pacland Power Processing Plant and find out where the Prime Power Orchard was, she never in her worst nightmares dreamed that she'd have to do so by befriending the head of Research and Development.

Pepper Pacman was obviously off her rocker. The whacked-out Spheroid had claimed Sue as her new bff and dragged her into all sorts of dreadful situations since she and her crew embedded themselves into the plant's workforce, but this--

Sue didn't think that going to the company picnic would be such a chore, but, she didn't find out until they'd reached the Lake Orb campgrounds that it was a NUDE company picnic! As the loony scientist clutched the cyborg girl to her obtuse bosoms and snapped the utterly embarrassing selfie, Sue regretted ever getting stuck on this batshit-crazy, misbegotten planet!"
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From a few months back:

"One of my way-too-many projects, presently, is reworking my old fan-comic "Action Pac'd" into something a little less involved, and a little more... naughty.

Right now, I am in the (re)design stages for the characters. Here is an update on the original look for the character of Mrs. Margaret Omnom-Pacman, aka "Pepper".

I widened her hips a fair bit and made her a bit heavier than before. Not yet perfect, but, I think it fits. Her final look will have different hair."

Since then, I found the hair style I wanted for her, and it is seen in the "Company Picnic" shot.
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From a few months ago:

"One of my way-too-many projects, presently, is reworking my old fan-comic "Action Pac'd" into something a little less involved, and a little more... naughty.

Right now, I am in the (re)design stages for the characters. Here is a slight style redesign for the character of "Sue", somewhat aping Derrick J. Wyatt:

Sue's general design remained the same, save for simplifying certain elements and making the eyes much bigger. I doubt that I'll go with the style I settled on, but, it was still good practice."

Just recenly - right before the new year, Derrick J. Wyatt passed away.
Now, I'm sad. I really liked his work and admired his design style, if you couldn't tell.
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