River and Petal

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River and Petal was a short series of comics based on the Creatures 2 Norns by Cyberlife/Creature Labs art director Colin Swinbourne. They were distributed as part of the Creatures Newsletter in the period June 1997 - February 1998.

River and Petal: The Apple Incident (June 1997)

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Egg Fashion: Petal learns how to keep dry (July 1997)

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River and Petal in the Garden (October 1997)

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River and Petal Go Sailing (November 1997?)

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Note by GreenReaper: This is incomplete - there were four images in the newsletter. Anybody got the other two?

River and Petal Christmas Special (December 1997)

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River and Petal: When Hairy Met Sally (February 1998)

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(also known as The Dangers of Sending a Valentine's Card to the Wrong Address)

The strips are displayed here as a service to the Creatures Community, as other public collections of them are not as complete. There is no intention to usurp the copyright of these images and they will be removed if requested by the copyright holder. The River & Petal Comic Strip is copyright Creature Labs. Creature Labs, CyberLife, Creatures, Creatures Adventures and Creatures Playground are registered trademarks of Creature Labs Ltd. The Creature Labs, Creatures, Creatures 2, Creatures 3, Creatures Adventures, and Creatures Playground logos are trademarks of Cyberlife Technology Ltd in the United Kingdom and other countries. And these are all owned now by Gameware. :-)

Tribute

Over a decade later, Officer 1BDI did a tribute wallpaper to River and Petal (and also to the Flying Lemon bug) for CCSF 2009.

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