The Queer Comics & Inclusive Illustrations of Visual Artist Mooncalfe (aka Sophia Campbell)

Explore the comic book illustrations of Mooncalfe, aka Sophia Campbell – a visual artist (known for her comic book series, ‘Wet Moon’ and ‘Shadoweyes‘) whose work features characters with various...
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Explore the comic book illustrations of Mooncalfe, aka Sophia Campbell – a visual artist (known for her comic book series, ‘Wet Moon’ and ‘Shadoweyes‘) whose work features characters with various body types, sexual orientations. One fan page writes: “Campbell’s characters tend towards adolescent females or young women, a departure from many mainstream comics which usually center around male characters or a single female character often portrayed as a sex icon. In contrast, Campbell’s characters are diverse including various races, body types, sexual orientations as well as differently-abled characters. One of the most notable things about Campbell’s art style is this body diversity. Campbell eschews the cookie-cutter body types of mainstream comics characters and her characters embody a stylized realism where even small imperfections such as birthmarks and scars are rendered.” Check out her work below.














http://mooncalfe.deviantart.com/

By Alexander Aplerku

Source: AFROPUNK

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