Rawr! In a reimagination of a Jack Kirby classic, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1 follows the modern day adventures of girl genius Lunella Lafayette and her anachronistic giant lizard. Not to be forgotten, Moon Boy, the original prehistoric hero of the Kirby-era series, shows his face in the preview below.
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is co-written by Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder. It is illustrated by Natacha Bustos. Issue #1 hits shelves on November 25th.
Meet Lunella Lafayette, pre-teen super genius who wants to change the world. But when she uncovers ancient Kree technology, things are about to get a whole lot stranger. Opening a doorway to the prehistoric past, her life is turned upside down when she comes face-to-face with the towering Jurassic giant known only as DEVIL DINOSUAR! But he is not alone. Out of the portal an in to the Marvel Universe are transported the Killer-Folk, an ancient tribe of beings who will stop at nothing to acquire the Kree technology!
Lunella’s about to learn the hard way that it’ll take more than just big brains to save the world. Thankfully she’s got a new friend at her side. This unlikely duo are many things, but together, they are the unstoppable Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur! Be there for their first adventure and a Marvel series unlike any you’ve seen before as Reeder, Montclare and Bustos bring you MOON GIRL AND DEVIL DINOSAUR #1!
MOON GIRL AND DEVIL DINOSAUR #1 (SEP150727)
Written by AMY REEDER & BRANDON MONTCLARE
Art by NATACHA BUSTOS
Cover by AMY REEDER
Variant Cover by TREVOR VON EEDEN (SEP150729)
Hip-Hop Variant by JEFFREY VEREGGE (SEP150728)
FOC – 11/02/15, On-Sale – 11/25/15
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso tweeted out a preview late last week, as well:
— axel alonso (@axelalonsomarv) October 28, 2015
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