Website: Mahou Shounen Fight!
Bio: DustyJack (the mohawk) and JadePrince (the talent) have been a team for seven years now and though this is our first time making a serial comic together, we’ve done plenty in the past. We’ve been writing and drawing together for ages and for six years we’ve been traveling the country hawking ourselves like artist alley harlots.
We live out in San Diego, California with our two cats, Myst (the old bitch) and Taq (the upstart) and bearded dragon, Ryu. We subsist on survival horror games like Bioshock and Silent Hill and dorky, off the wall series in Shounen Jump like One Piece, Reborn and Fairy Tail and regularly partake in rampant binges of nostalgia, like consuming all of Get Smart or Quantum Leap in one go.
We do hope that you’ll enjoy Shounen Fight, it’s a project that we’ve been planning for way too long. We’re children of the fledgling anime fandom, from a generation that was won over by series like Sailor Moon and Cardcaptor Sakura. Now that we’ve grown up into sarcastic tomboys, it’s hard not to poke fun at our glitter-encrusted roots.
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