Judo Girl

Judo Girl

by Nadir Balan, Terrance Griep
     
 

Judo Girl is a woman on a mission: after having spent 40-years in suspended animation, she must find her missing brother. Although, Captain Steel hasn't exactly spent the last four decades collecting rust either. Indeed, his awful plans are about to solidify on a worldwide scale. On the flip side is a retro story set during the era of go-go boots and slot cars…  See more details below

Overview

Judo Girl is a woman on a mission: after having spent 40-years in suspended animation, she must find her missing brother. Although, Captain Steel hasn't exactly spent the last four decades collecting rust either. Indeed, his awful plans are about to solidify on a worldwide scale. On the flip side is a retro story set during the era of go-go boots and slot cars revealing the secret origin of the original Steel Ray! Martial art meets pop art; both the modern story and the retro story tie in together for one fantastic adventure

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
There is a lot to admire in Judo Girl and the whole concept of this fun hero is a welcome, refreshing change from what we're used to seeing - Comics Bulletin

"There are some comics that hit the ground running right from the first issue. There are other titles, however, that take an issue or two to get warmed up before they start tearing up the track. Judo Girl is definitely in that second category." Broken Frontier

"With all the 'darker' comic stuff I work with, it's a breath of fresh air to do something poppy, action packed and genuinely FUN, like JUDO GIRL," says inker, Nick Schley.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607024910
Publisher:
Bluewater Productions, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/04/2009
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
6.58(w) x 10.35(h) x 0.26(d)
Age Range:
1 - 16 Years

Meet the Author

Best known for his critically acclaimed and oft-reprinted work on DC Comics' Scooby-Doo, Terrance Griep has left his distinct mark on such icons Superman, Batman, and Green Lantern for that same company, as well. He also contributes to numerous titles for Image Comics. Further, Terrance has scribed his own super-hero creations, The Skulker and Johnny Cosmic, both of whom have enjoyed success at various publishers.

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