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Moon Girl Debuts At Comixology

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Web Comic Reinvents Golden Age Super Hero for a New Generation

Moon Girl, a masked vigilante of 1950's New York, is the latest creator owned comic from Comixology.  The new On Going title debuts today at http://MoonGirlFightsCrime.com for $0.99

Masked vigilantes wage a psychotic war against 1950's bourgeois; it's The Dark Knight meets Mad Men.  Clare is a Russian Princess happily exiled to New York. When enemies from the past threaten her new life, the repressed Warrior Queen fights back. In the media her secret, nocturnal adventures are attributed to a mysterious hero; Moon Girl.

Tony Trov & Johnny Zito, Philadelphia headquartered writers, are best know for their work with DC Comics on line imprint Zuda.  The dynamic duo thrive on strong female characters and high concept adventure.

"Champion of the counter culture, Moon Girl represents a movement of young people fed up with the corporatism and conformity of post World War II opulence. The urban legends of Moon Girl inspire the 'Super Manifesto' - a post human gospel." Trov Explains. 

"Fundamentalists subvert the establishment by dressing in bright technicolor clothes and taking futuristic new names.  Extremists turn to violence and terror, expecting to shock the system into change.  Only Moon Girl stands between them and us, anarchy and order." Zito continues.

Moon Girl was originally created by Gardner Fox for EC Comics in the 1940's.  The Character has slipped into the public domain and demands to be rediscovered by new audiences.  With art by astounding talent, The Rahzzah, Moon Girl is a beautiful comic presented on groundbreaking iPhone & iPad platforms.

Watch as yesterday's classics mingle with tomorrow's technology to invent a whole new media.

       

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