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Beeserker is the origin story of an experimental robot powered by bees that by some coincidence, bears the same name. It is also about the various people, animals, and miscellaneous creatures who build, maintain, and otherwise interact with the robot, who are listed below – that’s right, the About page doubles as a Cast page! It’s because of the economy, you know…
Beeserker is updated on Tuesday and Saturday.
One of the co-creators of the Beeserker. The two cloned geniuses are nearly identical in every way, and are distinguishable only by the color of their eyes and science jackets, bandage layering, and occasionally by the robot-inflicted bodily harm that they wear as harsh reminders of how building a robot powered by bees is a bad idea. Luckily, they heal rather quickly, usually within a couple of strips’ time.
The other clone responsible for the creation of the Beeserker. Both are very short-sighted, selfish, and often argue with one another, as if they share a singular brain, and the only way that they can process thought is by shouting at one another. The two are rarely separated (except on occasion by the Beeserker’s clamp-like hands).
A stray cat taken in by the Sciencemen in order to improve morale and provide a last line of defense between them and the Beeserker. Scootsie’s demeanor can best be described as comatose, and the only motion he’s capable of is a slight furling of his brow when annoyed (usually by other creatures that vaguely look like cats). He doesn’t respond well to bee stings.
The green-haired beekeeper who supplies the Beeserker with a constant supply of bees. She’s a remnant of a forgotten time when one’s name pretty much determined their occupation. As such, she harbors a certain level or resentment towards bees, which explains her gratuitous flamethrower use and eagerness to send them off to slowly have their life essence drained by a giant robot.
An experimental bee-fueled robot created by the Sciencemen. Its hobbies include drawing with crayons, smoking, and performing deceptively non-permanent acts of violence upon its creators. Due to a critical design flaw, it has trouble fully containing all of the bees it’s given, and is usually surrounded by an aura of seven bees that got free. It also has very selective hearing.
Forms from left to right: Snuh-Bee, Scoots-bee, Ominous Cocoon, Beeckonging Scootsie
Formed from a bee sting that fell off the side of Scootsie’s body, the BeeThing (as it is called in post tags) is a mysterious cat/bee hybrid monster that, in its Beeckoning Scootsie form, has incredible psychic powers, including astral projection. All of its forms are bonded by the fact that they constantly utter “snuh” noises.
|Handsome Lil’ Centaur
Handsome Lil’ Centaur is half man, half horse, and half cigarette mascot. He is also shorter than any human character in the comic.
|Queenie and Mel Ambrose
Trigona’s parents, not unlike Trigona herself, were green-haired beekeepers who wielded a flamethrower with a bear’s head mounted on it. Bees are in the family’s blood – a problem that they wouldn’t have if they wore more practical beekeeping uniforms.