Visually, the beginning of Sugar Plum Fairie’s message is very inspired by (ripped off from) “The Warriors”.
This is the start of a few pages that benefit greatly,clarity-wise, from seeing them digitally (though I may argue that seeing more of my art isn’t always a good thing).
Though, the last panel may be my favorite image in the whole series.
If you haven’t pre-ordered Moon Girl from your local comic shop, then you should do that.
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
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Masked vigilantes wage class warfare from the roof tops of 1950’s New York. Claire is an exiled Russian Princess hiding in New York. When enemies from her old life resurface, the repressed Warrior Queen must fight back.
Moon Girl becomes a champion of the counter culture and inspires others in this era of social revolution to be more-than-human. But in order to defeat Satana, Sugar Plum Faerie, Tiki Bob and the dangerous forces they represent, Moon Girl will have to overcome her own neurosis!