If you've been paying attention, you might have noticed I am somewhat enamored with the artistic stylings of a specific artist. If you haven't noticed, I think you need to take a moment, and look over the last 7 months of Commission Collection posts. Go ahead, I'll wait. 

Yes, once again, it is time to unveil another awesome piece of art from Mr. Joe Eisma. And as always, I encourage anyone reading this to check out his Patreon page HERE. Check it out, become his patron, throw money in his general direction, pile upon him with all the praise and adulation you can muster. Mostly though... become his patron. He's a great guy, and a wonderful artist.

A little more background material, shall we?

Over the previous six months, I have laid out for you Mr. Eisma's interpretation of the key characters in our Supara universe. Now that those are out of the way, I thought perhaps it was time to try something that might be a little more familiar to anyone reading this. While I love our Supara characters, I think that the general audience is not familiar with them off hand. This is due in large part to the fact that we are still working on the book, so no one has read it. With that in mind, I came up with a series I refer to as "Supara Team-Up". The basic premise, is to take a character you might already be familiar with, and team them up with a Supara character that, in my opinion, would be a good personality match. This month, I went with two characters, that I find surprisingly similar, despite their power sets being completely different. Both characters are kind of fangirlish. Both characters took up the mantle of a character they idolized. Both characters seem peppy and cheerful, but will kick your ass if the need arises.

This month, I present to you our own Starstruck, teaming up with Marvel's own, Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan).