Microraptor:Which of your characters was the first one that you ever got fan art for? And/or for which character did you get the most fan art yet?
Solicited or unsolicited? I've received most of my fan art as part of trades and offers on ComicFury, but the only completely unsolicited one I've received so far was a group shot courtesy of the great @mitchellbravo. If we're counting all of those equally, the first one I got was of Bracy, and it's a six-way tie between my entire main cast for who's appeared in the most fan art (two times each).
Which of your characters is most capable of being moved to tears by music?
Wow that is 100% Kairo. His everyday life is just him pretending to be someone he’s not, it’s basically his job description. Fake smile, fake laugh, steal something, tell another lie. It’s like breathing. That said, he certainly doesn’t enjoy it though.
Which of your characters has the most complicated backstory?
dellcartoons:Which of your characters would pretend to be a better person than they actually are?
Victor. Mostly in front of the teachers, which is the main reason why he rarely if ever gets in trouble.
ShaRose49:Which of your characters has the most complicated backstory?
Drake, but I can't say anything more about it because it would ruin a bunch of things. It's still not that complicated because she's pretty young and hasn't had enough time for it to get too convoluted.
Which of your characters is, or started off as, another character? (not another one you made, I mean)
Silver42:Which of your characters is, or started off as, another character? (not another one you made, I mean)
That cuts out everyone from Spider Pizza since that series was developed explicitly to be an original IP. So I'll have to go with Sik from Today's Client, although he likely doesn't count in the way you intended. I'd say who he used to be, but that would spoil the big twist near the end of the Lost in White arc.
Reapeageddon:Which character would most likely break the rules of the current lockdown just to infect more people?
Oh man, that's easy. Animus. In fact, Animus would absolutely DELIGHT in the idea of a virus that targets older people and barely concerns itself with youth. It's like a virus tailor-made for Animus's particular fury.
Which of your characters would be most likely to create a cult of outsiders, let the power go to their head, and become an ideological tyrant?
"You'll have to speak up, I'm power-sanding a watermelon." - Mallory Bash
(Haven't been in this thread since it's revival on CF. Time to rectify that!)
That's an interesting one. Could be different depending on region and who you ask, in-universe. Zeft became captain of the Adamantian Royal knights based on his ability to be formal and charismatic, but this is something not seen much in-comic. King Adamanta and Dirsta have both proven quite charming characters both in-universe and to readers. Many characters are charmed by Ixis's cute and shy demeanor, but Renny has proven a surprise hit with readers.
I think I'm gonna give the in-universe award for "most charismatic" to dark horse candidate Sirius Legion, though. There are many characters that are suspicious or outright aware of how he really is, but his ability to put on airs and fool people into believing he is innocent and well-intentioned is one of the heroes' biggest obstacles in dealing with him. (Of course he is in actuality a conniving villain and understandably not a favorite among readers, haha.)
As for the next one, this thread has grown quite long and I haven't taken the chance to skim through it yet, so forgive me if I come up with a repeat question: Which of your characters would be most likely to discover that they are, in fact, fictional characters in a comic, and how would they react?
mitchellbravo:It's important for context to remember that in our old country, Seven Rain was a bit of a legendary personality- a yeti, if you will.