comic-book is a super-hero comic, and not every hero is a guy
in tights who beats up on villains. This entry takes the
core concepts of the hero and boils 'em down to something
that's more everyday and recognizable to the average
person. Casey obviously had her audience in mind when
creating this comic cover!
logo suits the cover — subdued, pastel, and deliberately
fine. It's a youthful logo, even the trim on the edges,
which parallels the wood pattern on the Teenage Hero's bureau.
overall cover incorporates three different types of images —
a central figure done in pencil-and-ink, a photo pasted into
the background, and a shiny piece of tinfoil for the
mirror. Unusual and eye-catching covers always help sell
a comic book.
a completely unrelated note, Casey Brayboy's name reminded us
of Golden Age great Mac Raboy, who had a spectacular run on
MASTER COMICS in the 1940s!
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