A magical girl cyberpunk hybrid about the people who fight for a better world, the toll it takes, and figuring out how to work together with other broken people to fix the world who messed you all up in the first place.
Art: Robbi Rodriguez
Color: Rico Renzi
Letterer: Simon Bowland
Editor: Andy Khouri
“Quinn has described Goddess Mode, which launches in December 2018, as a story about “trying to be a person who has to balance themselves between having a life and fighting an overwhelmingly unfair and asymmetric power struggle they didn’t opt into with other people who got the same bulls*** deal.” Thus, Goddess Mode‘s lead character, Cassandra, was born.“
“Quinn, who writes Goddess Mode, which will be out in December of this year, described the comic as “pretty gay,” with its genre being a cross between magical girl and cyberpunk. Quinn teased that one character, called Antimone, will be the character that “makes all the gay ladies say, ‘step on me,'” and another character has entirely opted out of consuming the misery of marginalized populations and has magical headphones that phase them out from reality so no one can speak to them. It’s a big mood, I’ll tell y’all.”
‘I think you said today “It’s like trying to drive a car and fix the car, while the car is running you over.” ‘