The inspiration germ for S.H.E. sprouted somewhere deep inside Megan Praz's head back in late 2016. She had an idea for a one-off gag comic in which four heroines from a certain not-to-be-named space opera franchise walk into a bar (literally) and get to actually, like, talk to each other onscreen.
While Megan was pitching this idea to her writing partner Moll Green, we began to realize that our four characters could do more than a one-off punchline. They instantly stated to grow into three-dimensional, dynamic characters who lived in a multi-dimensional, dynamic world. They could be funny and weird with each other in dozens of weird, funny situations.
The first, twelve-episode season of our space-opera-sit-com was originally published on Autostraddle as The Force Non-Blondes before we changed the name to the (less pithy and more epic) S.H.E.: Space Heroines of El-Andoo.
Season 2 is currently in production!
about the comic
"If you think this universe is bad, you should see some of the others."
Philip K. Dick
Megan Praz is an animator/artist from Pittsburgh, PA. She now lives Los Angeles and life has been interesting ever since. When Megan isn't making art, comics, or video games, she can be found wreaking havoc on the ultimate frisbee field as her alter-ego, "Bacon." Catch up with her on her website or tweet @MeganPraz.
Moll Green writes comics, movies, and lots of other stuff in Los Angeles and Vancouver. Ted Raimi called her "sweetheart" once. Find her on Tumblr or Facebook... or tweet her sweet nothings @MadMollGreen. (She loves sweet nothings.)