A 5-10 paneled
personifications of the Solar System and other celestial bodies
, following the adventures of
The art style could be described in a way as
Hidekaz Himaruya meets CLAMP
. It incorporates elements and inspirations from both (with
Axis Powers Hetalia
apparently a major influence) while at the same time retaining something distinctive from either two.
Main comics can be found on
.Character info are here:
This series provides examples of:
A Boy and His X: Mars and his alien, Marty. Action Girl: Bellatrix Venus might also qualify. All There in the Manual: Other characters aside from the Solar System, still has no character design and only mentioned on character summaries. Others characters are drawn, but haven't appeared on the comic yet. Aloof Big Brother: VY Canis Majoris. He's aloof and he's big. Ambiguous Gender: Earth Ambiguously Brown: Black Hole. Animal-Eared Headband: More like Animal Eared Headgear. Animesque Anyone Can Die: Everyone has more or less come to terms with the fact that they can all die in some manner eventually. Artistic Age: The planets look barely out of their teens but are actually older than they look. The stars on the other hand tend to look at least in their twenties for the most part. Art Shift: Usually done during daydreams and when they are frightened or shocked. In a recent strip, Saturn's style seems to turn 3D whenever he's photographed. Bald of Awesome: One of Saturn's moons, Enceladus is one. He doesn't take kindly to those who call him 'bald', though. Batman Can Breathe in Space: They are personifications of celestial objects so it's no big deal. Belligerent Sexual Tension: Sun and Venus. Beware the Nice Ones: The Milky Way. She usually comes across as gentle if not motherly at times. But screw with her and expect a good chance of dying. Earth is also mentioned as having a dark side beneath is usually ditzy personality, which normally manifests itself in wars, pollution and so on. Big Guy, Little Guy: Jupiter and Mercury, usually. Big Fancy House: Jupiter has one... enveloped in perpetual storm. Bishie Sparkle: Sun's default mode. Bland-Name Product: Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Venus, Earth and Mars, respectively. Breaking the Fourth Wall: Sirius A talks back to the readers. British Stuffiness: Uranus' moons. Butt Monkey: Sun and Pluto. Camera Fiend: Earth Casanova Wannabe: Sun Chainmail Bikini: When Milky Way is really pissed off, her Gorgeous Period Dress transforms into a rather revealing and form-fitting piece of armor similar to a Valkyrie. Christmas Special Cloudcuckoolander: Earth could be this... and Mars. Color-Coded Characters: Sun: Light Yellow Mercury: Dark Brown Venus: Yellow Earth: Green Mars: Red Jupiter: Brown Saturn: Silver Uranus: Blue-Green Neptune: Blue Pluto: Purple Cool Big Sis: Bellatrix to many of the stars. And Venus to Earth and Mars. Creepy Basement: Jupiter has one in his house. Curtains Match the Window: Most of them have matching eye and hair colours; except those that harbor life, like Earth. Cute Mute: Pluto's moon, Charon and Mar's alien, Marty. Darker and Edgier: Some of the fics and stories can be pretty bleak at points. Dark-Skinned Blond: Black Hole Dragged into Drag: Mercury is often subjected to this; usually by Luna. Dream Sequence: Sun does one, it didn't end well. Dude Looks Like Alady: Mercury, Saturn and Neptune. Earth could fit in there too, if we know what's his/her gender. Either/Or Title: Planetary Moe or: Solar System and Friends. Everything's Better With Sparkles, Rainbows and stars. Expy: One of the Personifications living with Earth bears a passing resemblance to Poland. Also, Jupiter seems to have taken a few hints from Russia as well. Extreme Doormat: Sirius B to his brother. Fiery Redhead: Antares and Arcturus are mentioned to be two of those. Fun T-Shirt: More like Fun Aprons. Mercury's ' Kiss the Oven '-apron. Mars' ' I'm Not A Good Cook But I Love Ya! '-apron Venus' -apron ' Master Chef ' Gag-per-Day Webcomics Gender Flip: This ◊ Genius Loci: They would count. Gorgeous Period Dress: The Milky Way is usually seen wearing Victorian-style dresses. Usually. Hair Colors: Their colours are based on their actual planet colours. Hair Decorations: Most of the female characters, except for Venus. Neptune provides the male example. Hair-Trigger Temper: Io, being the most volcanically-active celestial body known in the solar system. Halloween Cosplay Humans Are Special: Earth at least thinks so. Although sometimes, he does find the wars and pollution rather irritating. Idiot Hair: Pluto has one. Imagine Spot: Earth and Venus imagines Neptune in a hair-dye commercial. There has been quite a few among the comics. Sun usually does this, especially when Venus is involved. Innocent Aliens: Marty In the Hood: Black Hole Iron Butt Monkey: Sun keeps coming back for more. Japanese Delinquents: The main theme of Saturn's moons. Lampshade Hanging Large Ham: Sirius A Lethal Chef: Venus, usually. Mercury and Mars are no better. The outer planets, . much worse Limited Wardrobe: The planets wear tracksuits most of the time. They get to dress other than tracksuits on special holidays. Other stars and entities generally wear either vintage, Victorian or pseudo-medieval attire. Little Green Men: Marty LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: We're talking about the universe, what would you expect? Manga Effects Meganekko: Callisto Megaton Punch: Used by Venus on Sun. Mega Twintails: Venus Meido: Mercury got dressed in one ◊ The Galilean moons have this theme as well. Moe Anthropomorphism Mood Whiplash: Sometimes, things do take a dark turn. Especially with the fate of Shoemaker-Levy 9. As well as the fate of the massive stars. Named After Their Planet: Obviously. Noodle People: Their non- SD forms. Only Sane Man: Venus Only Known by Their Nickname: The Black Hole. His name is Sagittarius A*. Peek-a-Bangs: The Black Hole Perma Stubble: The Black Hole and other older celestial folks. Pluto Is Expendable: And he doesn't like it at all. Rainbow Motif Really 700 Years Old: Justified. They are personified celestial bodies. Rule 63 Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: Uranus' 'NOM NOM'. Shout-Out: Earth's camera is called 'Viking'. Show Within a Show: The Sirius Show, hosted by Sirius A. Shrinking Violet: Pluto Sinister Shades: Sagittarius A* sports one. The neutron stars as well. Slapstick Smoking Is Cool: Titan. He refers the smog as his ' atmosphere '. Spit Take: Venus did one in earlier strips. Stuffed into the Fridge: Literally. Earth finds Shoemaker-Levy 9's decapitated and talking head in Jupiter's. Super-Deformed Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Genderflipped Marty the alien has a ribbon on her head. The Smurfette Principle: Venus. Unless you count Earth. There's also Bellatrix and Milky Way as well. The Solar System The Stoic: Saturn, who could also be the quiet one, and Uranus. The Voiceless: Charon íThree Amigos!: Venus, Earth and Mars. Time Abyss Tomboy and Girly Girl: Venus could be this to Earth. Unsettling Gender-Reveal: Venus is a man... in Sun's dream. Vague Age Who Wants to Live Forever?: The Black Hole is pretty much this trope. Even more poignant since black holes in real life are among the last entities to fade to oblivion in the Universe, their life spans virtually beyond human comprehension. World of Pun Yandere: Some of the giant stars have... very unstable tempers. You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Uranus and Neptune, though it's because of methane. The others have pretty much normal hair-colours. Luna has blue hair as well and Blue stars.