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rahzzah:

Moon Girl Released by ~Rahzzah 
No more fuckin’ around people, the eagle has landed!Not a hoax! Not a dream! Not an imaginary episode!188 pages of Retro Superheroine Crime Noir Adventure is ready and waiting for you at your favourite comic’s establishment right meow!No access to a L.C.S.? Like your comic consumption a little more hi-tech? Well then, you can get this bad-girl thru Comixology. Plus,Comixology never runs out of copies.Like the tactile feel of a book in your hand, but you’ve watched too many episodes of “The Wire” back-to-back and are now convinced that stepping out onto the streets will get you shot? We got you covered. Order it direct from the studio (maaaaaybe pick up a nice new t-shirt for the summer while you’re there):www.MoonGirlFightsCrime.comSouthfellini will take care of you, Baby Bird.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
Mar 29, 2013 / 6 notes

rahzzah:

Moon Girl Released by ~Rahzzah 

No more fuckin’ around people, the eagle has landed!

Not a hoax! Not a dream! Not an imaginary episode!

188 pages of Retro Superheroine Crime Noir Adventure is ready and waiting for you at your favourite comic’s establishment right meow!

No access to a L.C.S.? Like your comic consumption a little more hi-tech? Well then, you can get this bad-girl thru Comixology. Plus,Comixology never runs out of copies.

Like the tactile feel of a book in your hand, but you’ve watched too many episodes of “The Wire” back-to-back and are now convinced that stepping out onto the streets will get you shot? We got you covered. Order it direct from the studio (maaaaaybe pick up a nice new t-shirt for the summer while you’re there):

www.MoonGirlFightsCrime.com

Southfellini will take care of you, Baby Bird.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

Here’s a little bit on some costuming influences.
Sugar Plum Faerie’s hairstyle (and her general mod vibe) was sparked by the model Peggy Moffitt.
Tiki Bob’s mask is modeled from a trinket my friend Dee Jay brought back from his honeymoon for me,but with the addition of a big Maori-style tongue.
The high collar on Moon Girls jacket,used to often hide her face, is inspired by pulp hero The Shadow’s scarf.
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284
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! 
Mar 28, 2013 / 5 notes

Here’s a little bit on some costuming influences.

Sugar Plum Faerie’s hairstyle (and her general mod vibe) was sparked by the model Peggy Moffitt.

Tiki Bob’s mask is modeled from a trinket my friend Dee Jay brought back from his honeymoon for me,but with the addition of a big Maori-style tongue.

The high collar on Moon Girls jacket,used to often hide her face, is inspired by pulp hero The Shadow’s scarf.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284

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! 

Giving potential cos-players as many options to choose from in this series as possible.
..just sayin…
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284
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! 
Mar 27, 2013 / 2 notes

Giving potential cos-players as many options to choose from in this series as possible.

..just sayin…

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284

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! 

rahzzah:

Out now.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
Mar 26, 2013 / 9 notes

rahzzah:

Out now.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

I don’t care how often that photo of the WW2 sailor kissing the nurse has been homaged…
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284
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! 
Mar 26, 2013 / 2 notes

I don’t care how often that photo of the WW2 sailor kissing the nurse has been homaged…

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284

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! 

I, as a general rule, don’t like doing any more than 6 panels to a page MAX because I like to shoot wide cinematic panels as much as possible..and one of the things Johnny Zito and I talked about at the start of the series is our love of Darwyn Cooke’s “New Frontier” and how he uses very few panels per page
And so by not ever really doing a lot of panels on a page, I set a certain rhythm for the book…which worked out great when it came to do a fight scene between Moon Girl and Sugar Plum Faerie. My idea being; instead of doing a fight over, say three pages I crammed in all into one page and 5 times the panels and pulling in super close giving it a drastic frantic rhythm shift.
…At least that was the idea anyway. Did it work? You tell me.
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284
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! 
Mar 25, 2013 / 3 notes

I, as a general rule, don’t like doing any more than 6 panels to a page MAX because I like to shoot wide cinematic panels as much as possible..and one of the things Johnny Zito and I talked about at the start of the series is our love of Darwyn Cooke’s “New Frontier” and how he uses very few panels per page

And so by not ever really doing a lot of panels on a page, I set a certain rhythm for the book…which worked out great when it came to do a fight scene between Moon Girl and Sugar Plum Faerie. My idea being; instead of doing a fight over, say three pages I crammed in all into one page and 5 times the panels and pulling in super close giving it a drastic frantic rhythm shift.

…At least that was the idea anyway. Did it work? You tell me.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284

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! 

This idea behind the ray gun is that Moon Girl made it from parts she found around the hospital.  So, it’s affects on the Vanguard zombies are kinda clinical.  We pull the ol’ electricity x-ray here.
There’s another electrocution scene in this very issue, so it was interesting trying to keep them unique.  Stay tuned it’s coming up soon.
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284
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! 
Mar 22, 2013 / 3 notes

This idea behind the ray gun is that Moon Girl made it from parts she found around the hospital.  So, it’s affects on the Vanguard zombies are kinda clinical.  We pull the ol’ electricity x-ray here.

There’s another electrocution scene in this very issue, so it was interesting trying to keep them unique.  Stay tuned it’s coming up soon.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284

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! 

rahzzah:

Moon Girl out todayfab
www.moongirlfightscrime.com

Or your can order your own copy of Moon Girl today at South Fellini.
Mar 15, 2013 / 12 notes

rahzzah:

Moon Girl out today

fab

www.moongirlfightscrime.com

Or your can order your own copy of Moon Girl today at South Fellini.

rahzzah:

03-13-13
“Oh goody!”
www.moongirlfightscrime.com

Or your can order your own copy of Moon Girl today at South Fellini.
Mar 15, 2013 / 10 notes

rahzzah:

03-13-13

“Oh goody!”

www.moongirlfightscrime.com

Or your can order your own copy of Moon Girl today at South Fellini.

I’m pretty positive that a bear’s arm can’t bend like that
In other news: Sugar Plum Faerie is a bit of a klepto… She steals something from almost everyone she meets.  Or she kills them.  Sometimes both.
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284
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! 
Mar 15, 2013 / 2 notes

I’m pretty positive that a bear’s arm can’t bend like that

In other news: Sugar Plum Faerie is a bit of a klepto… She steals something from almost everyone she meets.  Or she kills them.  Sometimes both.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284

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! 

……I got nuthin’.
Snow, bear, chick who looks vaguely like Heather Locklear & Brooke Hogan’s love child, gun…
Ya know, comic book stuff.
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284
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! 
Mar 14, 2013 / 6 notes

……I got nuthin’.

Snow, bear, chick who looks vaguely like Heather Locklear & Brooke Hogan’s love child, gun…

Ya know, comic book stuff.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284

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! 

Mar 13, 2013 / 8 notes

Moon Girl is officially OUT today.

Masked vigilantes wage class warfare on the roofs 1950’s New York. Moon Girl, champion of the counter culture, must become more-than-human to defeat Satana, Sugar Plum Fairy and Tiki Bob!

Read it in print or on the web, iPhone/Pads, Droid and Playstation at http://MoonGirlFightsCrime.com

rahzzah:

oh ladies..In shoppes today,True Believers!

Or your can order your own copy of Moon Girl today at South Fellini.
Mar 13, 2013 / 6 notes

rahzzah:

oh ladies..

In shoppes today,True Believers!

Or your can order your own copy of Moon Girl today at South Fellini.

Panel 4 is not executed dynamically at all.
I really like panel 5 though.Art is about compromise… constant compromise.
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284
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! 
 
Mar 13, 2013 / 8 notes

Panel 4 is not executed dynamically at all.

I really like panel 5 though.

Art is about compromise… constant compromise.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284

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! 

 

One day I’d like to tell the story of the owner of that hand attached to Sugar Plum Faerie.
I love way this mini-series is the Indiana Jones-ish way that the reader is constantly being dropped into a story already in progress from page 1 of issue 1…we could do a whole parallel mini-series of just the events preceding what’s on the page.
Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.
Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.
You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284
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! 
Mar 12, 2013 / 4 notes

One day I’d like to tell the story of the owner of that hand attached to Sugar Plum Faerie.

I love way this mini-series is the Indiana Jones-ish way that the reader is constantly being dropped into a story already in progress from page 1 of issue 1…we could do a whole parallel mini-series of just the events preceding what’s on the page.

Moon Girl is an golden age hero we re-invented for today’s audiences by re-contextualizing her character into the 1950s.

Read the whole thing on Comixology and order that sucker on right here on South Fellini.

You can also reserve a copy from your local comic shop with the Diamond Order Code: NOV121284

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!