This artwork gallery features my fan artwork based on the Antarctic Press manga comic book series Ninja High School, which was created by my favorite comic book cartoonist, Ben Dunn. Along with Ninja High School, Ben Dunn has also created my two favorite comic book mini-series of all time, Warrior Nun Areala: Rituals and its sequel Silver Cross. Ninja High School is a very diverse manga-style parody comic that is about the crazy antics and mis-adventures that go on in the town of Quagmire, USA. The town of Quagmire is home of many zany characters such as the Feeples, who are a family of ninjas, Asrial and Solora which are two alien princesses from a race of imperial space skunk furries, Professor Steamhead who thinks that the world can be saved by the power of steam, the Quagmire Koalas Full Contact Combat Cheerleading Squad, the local super hero Tomorrow Man, the mysterious Ramen Rider, and many others! The storylines featured in the comic can go from being extremely serious featuring space politics, death, and suffering, to being as light-hearted and comical as having a "Battle Chefs" televised cooking competition! For good or bad, Ninja High School is literally one of the few monthly comic books out there where you literally don't know what is going to happen next!
While Ben Dunn has actually been releasing Ninja High School comic books through various small comic book publishers since the 1980's (and I am lucky enough to own a few of the original 80's comics including a signed issue #1), I only discovered the wonders of Ninja High School for myself back in about 2002 or so. I discovered Ninja High School one day while I was wasting time at the now defunct Metropolis Comics on North Street in Normal, Illinois, and while digging through a box of back issues of independent comic books a very sexy-looking blond-haired skunk girl on one of the comic book covers caught my eye. As it turns out, I happened across an issue of Ninja High Scdhool! The beautiful skunk furry that had drawn me to the comic turned out to be one of the central characters, Princess Asrial, and being a fan of female furry characters I just knew that I had to start flipping through that comic book! What I found on the comic book's pages was the story arc of the human teenager Jeremy Feeple spending time in space with the alien Princess Asrial, and the resulting adventures, dangers, and romance that they shared together while traveling through the stars. Even better was when Jeremy returned to Earth and had to explain to his mother, who happens to be a highly skilled ninja, that he just got an alien princess pregnant! Considering the fact that this is a light-hearted comic book, you can only imagine what kind of hilarity ensued after his ninja mother got that news! By the time I had finished flipping through the pages of the few back issues of the comic that I had found I was hooked, and I have been subscribing to Ninja High School and hunting down the two decades worth of back issues that I need ever since! Nowadays I actually get to contribute to the comic book that I so dearly love on occasion by submitting my own drawings of the characters to the annual Ninja High School Yearbook issues! Below are some of my submissions to the Yearbook issue as well as any other Ninja High School fan artwork that I have done. I hope that you enjoy it!
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