Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur

Skribulous says:
February 15, 2011 at 6:48 pm

OHSHI–

(So does that make Eientei the Mirrans?)

Well, actually…

If you want to see the Mirrans, Thrun and Melira will be showing up in the next strip. See if you can guess which Toho character will be playing Melira…

9 Responses to “Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur”

  1. Bloke says:

    Guns on a plane vs. charging peoples?

    Seems kinda one sided.

    I have to say, I was kinda confused by the first comic, but the second one solidifies the named characters being played by touhous in their standard with non-named basically using the designs for the cards themselves.

    Which I understand you doing, as doing a fusion redesign would be a bit much for two characters in a given comic script, but I would really like to see you do a Glissa, the Traitor with her metal bits.

    …..

    I hope them came out nice.

  2. falkonus says:

    they pulled an indiana jones on the mirrans.

  3. Kenny says:

    Meiling, methinks for Melira.

  4. randommaster says:

    Thrun needs to be Parsee. Parsee needs more love.

    Melira, huh? An elf with no metal bits…I really don’t know who would be a good choice. Maybe Sanae, if Reimu and Marissa don’t take both roles. As far as S6 characters, we still have Remilia, Shiki, Kanako, Utsuho and Byakuren.

    Actually, Byakuren wouldn’t be a bad choice for Melira.

  5. jbrennan says:

    Melira is definitely Meiling, and since Thrun is a troll, he’ll be played by Aya.

  6. GoldenSunfreak says:

    Hey Sixten, I found a website that has a lot of Tohou art and 4-Koma. Unfortunately, everything’s in Japanese, but if you don’t mind that, then check it out: http://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?mode=medium&illust_id=8748121

  7. Sixten says:

    @GoldenSunfreak: That’s the comic series by Yuu Tsurusaki (aka Hatori Niwatori). I’ve read it on Danbooru, where some of them have been translated.

  8. Skribulous says:

    Oho! This is acceptable as well. Though I was thinking along the lines that the Lunarians having high technology (metalcraft), Eirin’s Shady Drugs is definitely Phyrexian.

    (On Touhou Mirrans, I just remembered the Mountain of Faith cast–specifically, Nitori “SCIENCE!” Kawashiro–and facepalmed at not realizing the obvious fit.)

  9. Kitsune says:

    lol awesome indiana jonesing XD Though I think it was a waste that the gun wasn’t a mortarpod 😛

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