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There’s an Untouchables reference (but actually it’s a Battleship Potemkin reference) in panel 1 that’s obscured by the “memory fog.”
Got better drawing cats by this page I guess.
And Moon Girl started off, looks-wise, as a hybrid of the lovely Natalie Portman and my, even lovelier friend, Alexis…she’s since evolved into about 80% Alexis and %20 Olivia Wilde. 
…Also, this page represents a collection of the best rendered leather gloves I’ve ever done….
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! 
Apr 5, 2013 / 1 note

There’s an Untouchables reference (but actually it’s a Battleship Potemkin reference) in panel 1 that’s obscured by the “memory fog.”

Got better drawing cats by this page I guess.

And Moon Girl started off, looks-wise, as a hybrid of the lovely Natalie Portman and my, even lovelier friend, Alexis…she’s since evolved into about 80% Alexis and %20 Olivia Wilde. 

…Also, this page represents a collection of the best rendered leather gloves I’ve ever done….

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 page got a lil Looney Tunes on 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! 
Apr 4, 2013 / 8 notes

This page got a lil Looney Tunes on 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! 

Claire’s royal braid (an idea I totally yoinked from “Coming to America) is as smart an idea to wear into a fight as a cape
I set this idea up in issue #2 not knowing how I was gonna have her lose it exactly, but when this flashback showed up in the script the window was open.
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! 
Apr 3, 2013 / 2 notes

Claire’s royal braid (an idea I totally yoinked from “Coming to America) is as smart an idea to wear into a fight as a cape

I set this idea up in issue #2 not knowing how I was gonna have her lose it exactly, but when this flashback showed up in the script the window was open.

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! 

so here we got Claire all “Year One” on that ass

trying to put together a crime fighting costume one might actually put together

my idea way back in issue two was that her coat would eventually be turned into her costume (hence the 3 buttons on the sleeve n such ) the idea for the rest of the outfit was thinking that she used pieces of her man’s old soldier uniform (I put a little pin on his hat in issue #2 to give a nod to his past)

so yeah this is Claire and Satana on their separate roads to their respective future looks…Satana has adopted the hood and the red (for some reason she wore green in the original comics) and Claire has got her Mark 1 boots (which I like more than her current ones) high face-concealing collar,goggles, etc..
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! 
Apr 2, 2013 / 6 notes

so here we got Claire all “Year One” on that ass

trying to put together a crime fighting costume one might actually put together

my idea way back in issue two was that her coat would eventually be turned into her costume (hence the 3 buttons on the sleeve n such ) the idea for the rest of the outfit was thinking that she used pieces of her man’s old soldier uniform (I put a little pin on his hat in issue #2 to give a nod to his past)

so yeah this is Claire and Satana on their separate roads to their respective future looks…Satana has adopted the hood and the red (for some reason she wore green in the original comics) and Claire has got her Mark 1 boots (which I like more than her current ones) high face-concealing collar,goggles, etc..

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! 

Fancy steampunky boots and polar bear pelts oh my.
The idea with this flashback was to show the evolution of relationships and the gear.
It’s a blurry line between a functioning suit and a fashion statement.
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! 
Apr 1, 2013 / 13 notes

Fancy steampunky boots and polar bear pelts oh my.

The idea with this flashback was to show the evolution of relationships and the gear.

It’s a blurry line between a functioning suit and a fashion statement.

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 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.

rahzzah:

Be sure to pick up this bad-girl.
southfellini:

rahzzah:

188 pages of Colourful 1950’s Superheoine Crime Noir , act meow!

you can check out issues 1-5 on your smart phone/computer/tablet at www.moongirlfightscrime.com
You can also get the extras-packed Moon Girl trade paperback when you visit your comic shop today. (if they’re out, have them order it, with the code: NOV121284)


Read this glowing review of Moon Girl and then pick up a copy of your own.
Mar 28, 2013 / 116 notes

rahzzah:

Be sure to pick up this bad-girl.

southfellini:

rahzzah:

188 pages of Colourful 1950’s Superheoine Crime Noir , act meow!

you can check out issues 1-5 on your smart phone/computer/tablet at www.moongirlfightscrime.com

You can also get the extras-packed Moon Girl trade paperback when you visit your comic shop today. (if they’re out, have them order it, with the code: NOV121284)

Read this glowing review of Moon Girl and then pick up a copy of your own.

We hang out with our pal, Jo to talk about Moon Girl on her podcast; The Pincushion.
It turned into a giggle-fit. Warning: laughs are contagious.
(Foto courtesy of Brave New Worlds where you can grab your very own copy of Moon Girl.)
Mar 28, 2013 / 5 notes

We hang out with our pal, Jo to talk about Moon Girl on her podcast; The Pincushion.

It turned into a giggle-fit. Warning: laughs are contagious.

(Foto courtesy of Brave New Worlds where you can grab your very own copy of Moon Girl.)

rahzzah:

..Ya know…in case you forgot in the last 20 minutes….www.moongirlfightscrime.com

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 27, 2013 / 3 notes

rahzzah:

..Ya know…in case you forgot in the last 20 minutes….

www.moongirlfightscrime.com

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, 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! 


Here we get a better shot of Moon Girl’s fancy steampunkish si-fi ray gun.
I wanted to try and work a ray gun into her arsenal that wasn’t a ray gun, so when the script came in explaining how she takes down some Vanguards using a homemade defibrillator-type paddle I thought it was the perfect opportunity to get my “ray gun” in there.
I love the idea that Moon Girl makes her own gadgets.  It’s probably her Slavic heritage. Those Russians are all natural born engineers.
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 21, 2013 / 8 notes

Here we get a better shot of Moon Girl’s fancy steampunkish si-fi ray gun.

I wanted to try and work a ray gun into her arsenal that wasn’t a ray gun, so when the script came in explaining how she takes down some Vanguards using a homemade defibrillator-type paddle I thought it was the perfect opportunity to get my “ray gun” in there.

I love the idea that Moon Girl makes her own gadgets.  It’s probably her Slavic heritage. Those Russians are all natural born engineers.

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! 

My word..what’s that in Sugar Plum’s hand?…and will it play a role in the finale!?……yes #spoilers
I use Satana’s scarf here as a symbol and the first iteration of her horned hood, to show that this is the moment where she takes the turn down the road of “sinister.”
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 19, 2013 / 4 notes

My word..what’s that in Sugar Plum’s hand?…and will it play a role in the finale!?……yes #spoilers

I use Satana’s scarf here as a symbol and the first iteration of her horned hood, to show that this is the moment where she takes the turn down the road of “sinister.”

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.