Moongirls is an adult graphic novel series that follows the adventures of 4 Ghanaian Supersheroes with varying superpowers. Through an afro-futurist lens, they fight for an Africa free from patriarchy, corruption, pollution, war, neo-colonialism, homophobia…an Africa Free period.
🌕 Comics as coded texts (eg. survival manuals, confessional space, cautionary tale, subversive, fantasy, experiment).
🌕 Black bodies and representations in comics.
🌕 Discussions of power, powers and superpowers.
🌕 Conceptions of evil or villains in comics.
🌕 Role of science and philosophy in comics.
🌕 Conceptions of gods, goddess, religion, spirituality and the occult in comics.
🌕 Comics as an unmediated, autonomous feminist space.
🌕 Notions of flaws in superheroes.
Meet the MoonGirls at their comic art exhibition on the 27th to the 29th December 2019 at the Kuenyehia Trust for Contemporary Arta and 3rd to 5th January 2020 at the Basecamp Initiative.
Mark ✅ your calendars! 🗓This is going to be A CONVERSATION.
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