I don't have a Throwback Thursday comic this week; real life's been pretty stressful lately. So to (hopefully) make up for it, I'm posting this earlier than planned!
And here we finally have a lineup of the lovely faces you'll be seeing a lot of in Looking Up! Two of these shouldn't be much of a surprise, but perhaps the little hairy one is someone you weren't expecting! Also there is a dog! (Which of the other two am I insulting? I guess we'll never know.)
More details about these guys are coming soon, but here's a basic rundown until then!
Lurr-May (Kweestin Lurr-May Peetmin)
Lurr-May is our main
antagonist protagonist, and she can prove to be quite a handful once you get to know her! Quiet and observant at first glance, Lurr-May may surprise people when she bursts into random bouts of singing, or pesters you until you just want to push her down! Still, she is a good person, and a great friend to have if you're looking for 100% loyalty and support. Lurr-May is passionate about her interests, and is surprisingly insightful when it comes to these things. Also she farts a lot.
Wungs is Lurr-May's best friend and hairiest companion (but not by much). She spends most of her time lounging around the house, not contributing to society in any way whatsoever. Her job is "watch-dog" (not to be confused with the more useful "guard-dog"), and she is incredibly vocal when it comes to announcing anyone's arrival. As loud as she is, Wungs is a very sweet dog to those she is familiar with, and she'll never turn down a treat or chin scratch!
Missur Blatz (Scotch Blatz) "B-latz"
Age: AGELESS BEING
Missur Blatz is Lurr-May's art teacher from high school. But despite Lurr-May being out of high school for four years, Missur Blatz is still dragged into her adventures more often than not. He doesn't seem to mind much, though, and he's always up for a laugh or three. When he's not teaching children that you don't have to mix anything to get blue, Missur Blatz attends group therapy with Lurr-May in the form of "Calm the Funk Down," a music-based group therapy program. He plays the triangle!