1. Biology: a profound change in form from one stage to the next in the life history of an organism, as from the caterpillar to the pupa and from the pupa to the adult butterfly.

2. a complete change of form, structure, or substance, as transformation by magic or witchcraft.

3. any complete change in appearance, character, circumstances, etc.

4. a form resulting from any such change.

5. Pathology: a) a type of alteration or degeneration in which tissues are changed, b) the resultant form.

6. Botany: the structural or functional modification of a plant organ or structure during its development.

Etymology: from Neo-Latin metamorphōsis < Greek metamórphōsis, “transformation”, from metá, “change” + morphḗ, “form”.

[Golly Bard]


Figuring this wouldn’t develop into nothing more than a webcomic (which is still a work in progress) we might as well share what we attempted to pitch when DW TV was in search for new Netflix ideas. This was our first shot at any kind of pitch, so of course, there’s a lot of things that could be improved on and fleshed out. It was a good learning experience, but figuring out the normal pitch process and how to go about organizing was a monster in itself. And yes, it’s very cheesy, but most pitches usually are!

A few pages in here is us trying to convince whoever was looking at it that is was toyetic enough to sustain itself as a property. (Who watches anything for the actual story anymore, right?) Lame battle moves, basic starter story plots that were simple to understand; nothing too ambitious…because you know, kids! You  present what you think they want , but sometimes it still doesn’t work out. Anything with bugs = Bugs Life(?)  

In terms of the actual idea, we just decided to focus on “self-publishing” it as a webcomic. Because things got a little busier again, and the story itself is undergoing a few story changes (a little different than what is seen here), it’s probably better off being in our hands at the moment. Trying to make the world a little less generic in plot/world setup and going crazy with it since there’s not any specific  audience we’re trying to please. Just making something we personally like and would enjoy reading is the goal. In the end, we just gave it a shot to see where it went, and we’re glad we did it.

Obviously, we’re posting it because it didn’t go any further. Which is totally fine!

(Looking at these again, the designs could be better too! ;P)