It’s Moon Girl Monday. Get Hype.
Last year we put out this Moon Girl tee shirt based on the covers/interiors from a few different golden age comics.
Check out your local comic shop or Comixology for modern day Moon Girl.
(Thanks to Falon for the foto.)
Moon Girl Monday is currently now in session. Sit back and enjoy.
Didn’t get anyone with any good suggestions for actresses to play Clare (outside of Olivia Wilde—who’s a goddamn given, you guys) so now we’re just going into this week’s fun fact!
Fun Fact: From Rahzzah’s mouth to your hungry ears:
‘…in the series I use snow as the backdrop and symbol to times of Moon Girls deepest losses.’
So now you know that in most panels when it’s snowing (and the characters ARENT in Siberia), it’s most likely because there is some kind of somber social/psychological atmosphere afoot. Now you’re approximately FIVE TIMES MORE HIP on Moon Girl facts.
You should reward yourself with a t-shirt.
Welcome to Moon Girl Monday! Starting today, we’re going to try posting just a cute fun fact every Monday about our updated comic for the beloved super heroine. So here we go!
Fun fact: Gardner Fox is typically mentioned as the father of Moon Girl, but he had help from Sheldon Moldoff and Max Gaines during the end of the Golden Age of Comics (roughly the decade between the early 30s to the late 40s).
So feel free to spout some new random info and out nerd all your fellow LARPers.
Moon Girl vs the Vampires of the Bayou… The title might be my favorite of all the Golden Age Moon Girl.
Created by Gardner Fox and Sheldon Moldoff, godfathers of the silver age, cut their teeth on Moon Girl in the 40’s. They later went on to reinvent the DC Universe the first time with new versions of the Flash and Green Lantern.
So, it’s only fitting since their so well know for reinventing vintage characters that we might do the same with Moon Girl.
Read the on going adventures of Moon Girl thanks to Red 5 Comics and Comixology.
Moon Girl has been around since the 40’s, kickin’ ass and taking names.
“No one questions the Buffoon!”
To read the on going adventures of Moon Girl stop by your local comic shop or check us out on Comixology.
I love that she asks Jupiter for strength but credits Mars with the victory. Recognize!
Moon Girl and the Prince, Page 8, by Gardner Fox and Sheldon Moldoff.
Vintage comics make my toes twitch.
The startling (?) conclusion to Golden Age Moon Girl’s origin are revealed at last!
(I forgot to post this yesterday, sorry.)
Moon Girl was created by Gardner Fox and Sheldon Moldoff for Animal Fables #1 in the 40’s. Since then the Moon Stone Maiden has slipped into the public domain.
Check out Moon Girl’s continuing adventures from Comixology.
Page Six of Moon Girl’s origin is brought to you by Gardner Fox and Sheldon Moldoff and originally appeared in Animal Fables #1.
Moon Girl is a golden age comic from the 40’s that slipped into the public domain.
Read the continuing adventures of Moon Girl from Comixology.