Perilous Partnerships 3 Contest - Now Open!Latest Updates
3/31 - Just so there's no confusion with tomorrow being April Fool's Day, I am officially opening the contest for submissions today. Feel free to submit any number of entries from now until May 31st!
3/16 - The submission period is halfway over, so there's still plenty of time to include any of your heroines if you're interested.
3/7 - One new heroine to add as of this morning.
3/5 - Woke up to find a few more heroines ready to be signed up and have added them too.
(2) - Plenty of new heroine submissions waiting when I got home from work. Some old, some new!
(3) - One more update for the day.
3/4 - Heroine submissions have begun. To submit a heroine for use in the contest, please send me a COLOR reference via this journal entry or DA Note. Heroine submissions will run until the official contest start date. You may submit as many heroines as you wish so long as they are your character. We've had a good selection in the past and I hope it continues to be great for t
Un-Mother's DayJanet Van Dyne buzzed to a perch on a New York City rooftop. She sighed. It was Mother’s Day, and this one was worse than usual.
Jan’s own mother had died after an extended coma years before. For the longest time she had chosen not to have children. But then the world was destroyed, and she and Havok had been married, and the world was undestroyed, only to have her world destroyed in the process.
Jan wanted so much to call someone with whom she could try to have a mother-and-child bond. But she had no older women to be a mother figure to her, and, now, no children of her own.
There was Tigra’s son, William, who was genetically Tigra's child with Hank Pym. But William was really Tigra’s son with the disguised Skrull who had set off the growth bomb implanted in her and tried to kill her, leaving her missing and presumed dead for a long time. The situation was just too weird, with Hank gone now thanks to Ultron.
And there was Cassie Lang, the teen who became the fi