Prisma is a little girl who works for a local newspaper in Miranda. Widely known for her ability to put herself in harm's way to get a scoop, Prisma is slightly better-known for her artistic skills - when not actively on assignment, she draws comics, usually making fun of things that happened in town recently. Prisma's Intercomix are generally not considered canon, though there's a large number of them which either are based on (Episode Six) or ARE events that actually transpired (Episode Nineteen).
As time's gone on, Prisma's art style has evolved. Pre-reboot, she used to do comics very simply, and over time has developed more-involved, more-detailed, and bigger sprites. Within the last 2 years, she's also started to use backgrounds. Paradoxically, this rise in quality has also taken a toll on how quick these strips are to get together. Whilst there's times when Prisma can bang out a simple strip in less than a few hours, the bigger ones and longer ones can take a day or more to create.
Prisma claims to suffer from Liefeld's Disease, which is characterized by her pathological inability to draw feet. She thus usually only draws characters from the waist-up.
Prisma's made a number of mistakes/edits/weirdnesses that don't quite qualify as Prisma's Intercomix. They are listed here.
The Original Version of the Dragonius Intro Strip. Cancelled because it had Dragonius' older, oversized sprite and a worse joke overall. Some people liked it though, so it wound up here.
Happy Prismaween 2009. A stationary frame featuring everyone's costumes in 2009. Future versions haven't been forthcoming because of data loss, but don't lose heart - Neil's archiving project means you might yet see them at some point.
A Full Color Version of Priscomic 41. Several preferred this version.
Prisma made this as part of the Ivianna Arc. An attempt at a new style and comic type that failed mostly because Prisma's Sprites generally can't do serious work that effectively. Even still, generally considered a good comic. Worth checking out.
Prisma's done a bunch of comics that have very, very little to do with anything, and few were as widely-regarded as this series. Full Life Prismaquences is a dramatic re-telling of the Half-Life Fanfiction Full Life Consequences. Suffice to say, It's one of the funniest things to emerge from MSPaint in ages.
The one that started it all! A dramatic re-telling of the SquirrelKing classic, which in turn led to a lot of influence on how Prisma does comics. The beginning (and end) of Prisma's short-lived foray into *.JPG format can be seen here. If you're wondering what led to this (and subsuquently, what led to its end), it was because the old Wiki refused to use *.PNG format and would make *.GIFs unreasonably large (for the time). When Prisma changed the comic format, and started using backgrounds, the old sprites were gradually phased out over time.
Issue One - In Which We Establish that Combines are Bad Guys.
Issue Two - In Which a Near-Tragedy Begets our Hero.
The Successor to Hero Beginning, Free Man is an epic tale of love, loss, and a possible brain hemorrhage that may or may not be contagious. Still ongoing, Free Man has had difficulty due to the myriad of computer upgrades and modifications Prisma's had over the last 2 years. It is expected to wrap up later in 2015, and will probably see further incremental updates as Prisma hones her craft.
Issue One - In Which Cranial Trauma can be Funny.
Issue Two - In Which We Dare You to make Less Sense.
Issue Three - In Which Prisma Unveils The Greatest Image in her Comics Thus Far.