I on many occasions have written or spoken at length about how much I love either space exploration or strong female characters. A few hours ago, Scout Comics has announced a new series WHERE WE GET BOTH!!!!!!
Lunar Ladies (Scout Comics)
Lunar Ladies is a three issue series which releases this July.
As the press release summarizes:
"A million years ago, in outer space, a highly-advanced society of women lives under the surface of the moon. Their peaceful way of living is quietly fracturing from the inside, as political ideologies pit the queen of the moon against a geneticist hell bent on usurping the queen's power. The Lunar Ladies is an homage to the public domain character, Moon Girl, complete with Golden Age ray guns and laser rays. Pew-pew!"
"The story opens with a heated ray gun battle between Queen Velouria and a lunatic scientist named Venus Verga. Velouria flees to prehistoric Earth with her lover, Star, and her young daughter, Clare. Velouria bestows the moon’s greatest treasure to Clare - a powerful talisman that must stay in the possession of the royal bloodline.
Mad with bloodlust, Venus gives chase with an army of bio-engineered male clones that land on prehistoric Earth. This sets the stage for an epic conflict between Venus’ army and a rag-tag coalition of lunar ladies, prehistoric humans and native Earth animals. In the time of greatest need, Clare harnesses the power of the moonstone talisman to deliver a crushing blow to Venus’ forces."
I'm anxiously awaiting this to come in my Scout Box this summer, and I highly recommend you add it to your pull. Use Diamond Code: MAY211676 when ordering it from your shop before FOC on June 14th.
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Rimmey is a high school history/government teacher & speech and debate coach in Kansas. He has slowly been rediscovering his love for comics since June of 2019.
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