It's more like...her parents were villains and she inherited their villainous powers, but they never came out and told her they were villains, so she always latched onto the Sailor Moon type magical girl thing and assumed it was like that.
I don't know about the 'fairies of justice' though, that might be too dirty.
Haha, your writing was fine, I was just being cheeky.
I was thinking of trying to do a transform sequence at some point. You know how a magical girl's clothes disappear or explode and then you see her magic clothes appear, usually focusing on her boobs and butt? I'm not sure how to do that in a single picture, but in a comic I'd like to make a joke about all the boys flocking to watch whenever it seems like she's going to get into a fight.
Normally she's this cutesy super prep kind of girl, you can kind of see that with her fringe and ponytail.
I don't want her to be too cliche of an oblivious bimbo though. I'm not exactly sure how to counterbalance that. She could be conscious, like, 'Yes, they're breasts, get over it,' but that stuff is more the real cliche these days. Hee, that reminds me of this, haha: [link] It'd be hilarious to see that comic at the end done by this chick. That might actually work.
What I'd like to do with the comic is deconstruct a lot of what western people see as manga/anime to the point where you can see it's all exactly the same stuff as in western comics, there's absolutely nothing different at the core. People get so caught up on the differences whether they want to bash Japanese media or display some kind of secret knowledge. I'd rather people realize, oh yeah, humans make this kind of stuff, just like me.
watch some cheesy hentai's they have some funny transformations.
i think it be hard to get people to change there way of thinking, alot of people just think the same and they dont give the japanese media a chance, i think it cause the japs arent scared to have fun and be different.
At any rate, this idea I'm working on now is kind of like a mix between general otaku cliches, Mana Khemia and Doctor Who. It's almost scary how well a lot of the ideas mesh and it's a little sad that someone who digs geek stuff in the west couldn't appreciate a lot of the stuff that comes out of the east and vice versa. Can I change that? Probably not, but real fans of pop sci fi from any direction will be able to appreciate it.
The guys that are really aggro about super-heroes vs. manga and D&D vs. Vampire the Masquerade and all aren't doing it for the sake of their hobby, there's usually latent racism, sexism and shit behind it, but they're too full of themselves to admit it. These white male geeks just don't want to see dames and darkies at their conventions. They worry that all of a sudden, more black people at the convention means their comics need to start being all PC, the girls means there'll be nothing but girl heroes and pretty boys everywhere. They don't really think about the hobby at all, they just translate what they see as an attack on their race and sexuality into the terms of their hobby. The more aggressive Japanese otaku are exactly the same. Fuck those guys, I don't need to be wasting any effort on them. If they don't like anything of mine, good, I don't want to have anything to do with them.