The Adventures of Sucre
|"I'll make you regret ever being born!"
This article contains Fuga: Melodies of Steel spoilers, continue at your own risk.
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<image source="image"></image> <label>Author</label> <label>Illustrator</label> <label>Published on</label> <label>Publisher</label> <group layout="horizontal"> <header>Publication order</header> <label>Previous</label> <label>Next</label> </group> </infobox> The Adventures of Sucre is a fictional comic series in the Fuga: Melodies of Steel series. The comics follow an adventurer named Sucre and his sidekicks Crema & Miella as they solve their clients' mysteries. The comic possesses odd undertones which become more prominent throughout Fuga 2. Currently, there are two stories available, and both present eerily familiar stories and characteristics seen throughout Little Tail Bronx.
History[edit | edit source]
The Adventures of Sucre comic series was written and illustrated by an artist under the pen name "Lunet", who is actually a human man named Count Nouvellune. During Fuga 1, the Vanishing Key Arc story was being produced and distributed between children. In Fuga 2, when cities and towns became slightly more calm, Count Nouvellune himself hands out issues of his comic at no cost.
Characters[edit | edit source]
Sucre[edit | edit source]
The comic's titular protagonist. Sucre is a courageous 15-year-old boy with a sense of justice. When push comes to shove, his wit is his weapon.
Crema[edit | edit source]
Sucre's buddy and female pet owl that understands spoken language.
Miella[edit | edit source]
Sucre's lively, childhood friend. She tends to be a little too helpful.
The Doctor[edit | edit source]
An oddball inventor. He creates some amazing inventions even though they usually break right away.
Inspector Kafi[edit | edit source]
A friend of Sucre's father (whose whereabouts are unknown) who understands Sucre well.
Madam Assam[edit | edit source]
A widow of an antiques dealer.
Professor Burri[edit | edit source]
Previously an archeology professor, Burri was banished from the academic society after his fraud was discovered. He is a money grubber.
Count Nouvellune[edit | edit source]
A mysterious man in a mask. He persuades Professor Burri to come along and steal treasure.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Poster by Miyoshi