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Mystical Battle Princess Natalie in Prime Time for Channel 101 NY!

15 Feb
Mystical Battle Princess Natalie

Mystical Battle Princess Natalie - Now on Channel 101 NY

Mystical Battle Princess Natalie is now in the prime time lineup for Channel 101 NY! For those of you who do not know about Channel 101, it’s an online television station where viewers get to vote on which shows they want to see continue. MBPN was the only new show to be voted into a prime time slot this time around!

Mystical Battle Princess Natalie is a parody of a magical girl anime series that was “created” by the eponymous Natalie– a teenage girl who wishes she was cooler than she really is. The series was a collaboration between myself and Jamie Maurer aka Rantasmo from Needs More Gay.

Now that we’ve made it to the prime time, we’ve got to defend our title. That means, more Magical Battle Princess Natalie is heading your way! And check out the first episode right now at Channel 101 NY.

Team Science at Green Brain Comics

29 Oct
Green Brain Comics

Meet Team Science at Green Brain Comics in Dearborn!

If you’re in the Metro Detroit area, stop by Green Brain Comics in beautiful downtown Dearborn on Wednesday, November 16th from 4:oo-7:00 PM and pick up your copy of Science Girl #1!

Team Science– that’s myself and artist Jesse Hughes— will be signing copies of our premiere issue of Science Girl. Following the signing is the monthly Green Brain Art Jam, so come for the science and stay for the arts!

Green Brain Comics is located at 13210 Michigan Ave., on the corner of Jonathan Street in Dearborn MI. Green Brain Comics was voted Best Comic Book Store in the Metro Detroit area four years in a row by the readers of Metro Times.

Click here for directions.

K is for Komics

4 Nov

Greetings readers and welcome to K is for Komics, the online home of Kris Moore, writer of Science Girl and other comics.

When my parents decided to name me Kris-with-a-K instead of Chris-with-a-Ch, they didn’t realize I’d be correcting strangers on the spelling of my name, and in some cases even my gender. They probably didn’t realize I’d turn out to be as unique as the spelling of my name, either.

I realized that I wanted to write at the early age of eight and since then I’ve pursued that goal with diligence. I received a degree in English with a concentration in creative writing and have gone on to lead a successful professional writing career.

My primary interest lies in comics and graphic novels, however I write pretty much anything under the sun– from web cartoons to editorials.  This website serves as the gateway to all things K-Mo, so come in and enjoy yourself!


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