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Comic profile: Chroma Key
Chroma Key
Updates every Tuesday and Friday!
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Content flags: Strong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Today, 5:00 AM
Number of comics: 152
Number of subscribers: 21
Visitors: 1828 visitors (9867 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (8 votes)

Comic description

When Kim and her friends were young, they used to watch a show called SUPER FIGHTING MIGHTY FIGHTERS. It was kitschy and brightly colored and involved a lot of dubious costume work. After ten long years of growing up and moving on, they should be too old for such things.

However, when a mysterious alien creature enters their lives, offering the opportunity to live out their childhood dreams and save the world in the process, the lure of the past may prove difficult to resist.

Written by Brandon Dumas and illustrated by Laura Reyes, CHROMA KEY is a sci-fi coming-of-age story that updates every Tuesday and Friday. We hope you enjoy!


23-year-old writer and dog daycare attendant. I am octillerize on Tumblr and Twitter as well!

Most recent comments left on Chroma Key

A few folks are wondering how these teens fight so good. I’ll tell you up front that Chroma is augmenting their reflexes and general combat abilities, but also: Fuchsia’s dad taught her to box, Emily has played a lot of sports, and as April bemoaned a while ago, Kim has been taking martial arts lessons for most of her life. Meanwhile, April has a more unconventional specialty that I don’t want to spoil yet, and Parker simply has the power of god and anime on their side. Mystery solved.
Left on Chapter 2 / p. 45
4 days ago
Left on Chapter 2 / p. 44
11 days ago
The arm swoosh is mandatory.
Left on Chapter 2 / p. 42
Two weeks ago

Hey folks. Today’s voting day. I know everyone on the internet is doing something like this right now so I’ll keep it brief. I’m not going to shame or scold you or tell you that everything bad in our country is your fault if you don’t vote, because that’s not true. I’m also not going to tell you that doing so will magically fix everything wrong with our nightmarish government, because that’s not true either. I’m just asking that you use the simplest and most straightforward tool in your political arsenal to help shape the future you want to see. As broken as the system is, we just can’t afford to stand by and cross our arms while monsters openly campaign on the promise of violence toward marginalized people. Checking some boxes on a screen is not a magic bullet, but it’s a start.

Please, please vote, if you are able. Thank you.
Left on Chapter 2 / p. 41
26th Oct 2018
She’ll have to talk to Luna about adding an ASL option.

(Emily’s hearing situation explained, for those who missed it before)
Left on Chapter 2 / p. 38