Okay, here are the submissions for February . . .
The first one comes from returning champ EJ Bouinatchova, and it’s called The Lady of Ethali.
The second one is brought to us by Kayla Perisho. Not only did she create a wonderful image, but she also developed a fun backstory for her character:
This lovely lady has suffered several mutations. Her skin is scaly, but has the properties of an octopus, allowing her to change color and texture to an extent. She has grown lamp like lures from the back of her neck, and her teeth extend like needles, much like an angler fish. She has adapted to her mutations well, using them to lure unsuspecting men into dark alleys with her beauty, then swiftly makes her kill and is off with their valuables.
And finally we have a delightfully creepy submission from Martin Adi-Smith:
Which one is your favorite?
Please, share this on your social media of choice and keep the Mutation going. Oh, and as always, if you’re interested in the series of novels that inspire this competition, THE ATOMIC SEA, you can grab a copy of the first volume HERE.