"why can't life be as easy as it is in comic books?"
A canvas of smooth, matte grey scales, long twisting horns, as yellow as freshly painted sunshine. A bendy, short build, soft, yet fit, some could say. Completely reflecting the sky nature of her heritage, yet the rather sizable frill behind her coyote-like ears reflect the blood of rain coursing through her veins.
Crimson, like blood, or retro paint, splashes across her wings, and underbelly; while a softer pale blue lights along her secondary scales, and face. Her eyes are sharp, and annoyed, fiercely yellow, corrected by small silver glasses, magnifying her stink eye to perhaps twice the degree.
A twisty, prehensile tail curls behind her, and a smug little frown is displayed on her snout most of the time.
An oversized white shirt hides her frame, it has a lightning bolt on the front, matching her earrings, while a pride rainbow flag proudly shines from her shoulder. Countless colorful plastic bangles draped from her bony wrists.
Loud insults, head held high, balled fists...
Just from a vacant run-in with this colorful creature,
dad was a comic book nerd / mom was a wealthy bank manager
dad left when blow was little / too much responsibility
mom was left to care for their kiddo
STRICT but out of love / didn't want blow to be like her dad / wanted her to be well to do and independent
REBEL didnt like her mom / lots of fights since she was always pressuring her to hang around the boring stick in the mud rich kids
always pressured with school and high grades
skipped class one day when it all was too much / found a tiny comic book shop
found her haven
stayed there after school every day until her mom found her comic collection and threw them out
screaming match / mom yelled why couldn't she just be more like her?
blow screamed back why can't you just love me for who I am???
blow grabbed her books and ran away
sobbing she ran into a cool green girl
gets knocked down
sees stormsurge and is like OMG
the become friends / than gfs later owo I think
"oh, did my feminism mess up your sexist joke, i'm sorry. wait, no i'm not..."