New Sea life discovered!

Your publisher may be cool, I grant you. Your publisher may be very cool indeed, *but* you will have to go a long way to find a publisher as cool as ours (Sloth Comics) Example- Our publisher-editor Nic Rossert has created and drawn a new form of Hopeless, Maine sea life. Here it is…

Now, Nic is a busy sort of chap. He’s got the publishing editing stuff to do, plus he is a comics creator (Steam Hammer, for instance) So… let’s take a job off his hands, shall we? WHAT IS THIS THING? Also- can we eat it? Additionally, what are its habits and nature??

 

Suggestions/ideas in the comments, please!

 

Hoping (as always) this finds you well, inspired and thriving.

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2 thoughts on “New Sea life discovered!”

  1. Ah, yes, this is obviously a lovely example of a Bottom Scrubbing Trench Urchin. Considered a nuisance fish in most cultures, it is thought of as a delicacy in the hungrier parts of the world, dependent on whether One is able to navigate the various pockets of poison and prickly spines to enjoy the tiny morsel of yulck hiding deep within.

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