Maya Kern


Part of the Sailor Moon tribute art show, “Magical Girl Heroines: Sailor Moon and Sailor Senshi”, opening Saturday, April 5th 2014, at Q Pop! / Tumblr.

Sailor Swoon by Maya Kern

The Princess Serenity & Moon, Prism Power, Make-up! by Sylvia Liu

Nothing Can Stand Against Our Might by Elsa Chang

Sailor Moon by Nikolas Ilic / Blog

Sailor Moon by Priscilla Wong / Tumblr

The Magic Moon by Felix Ip / Tumblr

Sweet Dreamz are Made of These by Eddie Xu / Tumblr

Usagi by Candie Bolton / Store

Gossip by Aminder Dhaliwal

i kno most of us feel really sad about george, including myself, but lets feel sad for marina too. the entire time she was telling franny her feelings she kept degrading herself and couldnt say anything positive unless it was about franny. :“”( shes probably gonna find out about george sooner or later and feel awful about everything and blame herself. i worry about marina ok.

10 Tumblr webcomics you should be following

2) Maya Kern
If college theses were graded according to Tumblr notes, Maya Kern would have received an A+. Kern’s 23-page thesis for the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) is a Little Red Riding Hood-inspired comic series called redden. So far Kern has posted more than 13 pages from the series on Tumblr, where they have collected hundreds of notes each. Like Kern’s other webcomics, redden features a strong female lead character set for adventure in a world of unknown obstacles.

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Ok, that’s official. I’m literally obsessed with the amazing webcomic Monster Pop! by the talented Maya Kern.

I fell in love with Maya Kern’s style (beautiful colors, characters design), with George (she’s so cute, seriously *u*), with the duo Marina-George (i totally ship them).

I want to know what’s next! >o<

If you want to read this lovely webcomic :

And this is Maya kern’s Tumblr and DeviantArt : -

Webcomics Wednesday

Monster Pop! by Maya Kern

Monster Pop! is a comic about two best friends and the slice of life adventures they share! Monster Pop! is set in an alternate Earth where monsters coexist with humans; sometimes they integrate well, sometimes they clash. This comic is heavily influenced by shoujo manga. Monster Pop! includes musical and interactive elements: Every now and then there will be a page with animation and/or music and most of the main characters have their own blogs (which you can find linked on the cast page).

Kern’s Tumblr