Hope there will be a sequel for Skullgirls, so these characters and many more u drew appear. It would be a shame this game do not have a sequel. It's a great project really. Your style is really interesting, simple and pretty, dude. Keep it up
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Completely awesome scene all the way around -- I just love it. Could go on for a while about the things I like. Poor distressed spider-girl. I am rather in lust with her by now, I hope you know; only thing missing's a pair of glasses. XD Wouldn't happen to have any more drawings of her here, would you? I noticed the villainous got a refeature and a name of her own in another drawing...
But anyway, yeah. Love the whole thing, but especially the poor hostage, whom I find myself feeling sad for. Hope she gets rescued soon, yes. I think one of the things I like most about this picture is that it seems to be telling a story. I find myself genuinely curious regarding all the events unfolding in it. And, for that matter, what events happened before them (even though you might not've been thinking along such lines; I don't know). But enough of my babble.
With any luck, maybe spider-girl will get a refeature and a name of her own someday, yes? One can only hope.