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Moog L'Xari is one of the two remaining members of the group of freedom fighters who fought against the Confederation in the Rim Wars over 30 years ago. His daughter Xiu followed his example and served in the Imperial Army for a couple of years before returning home. Moog made his home on Hasta IV to start his family before Xiu was even born, and was accepted by the indigenous Green aliens on that world during the rebuilding and restoration after the war. Hasta IV was a pivotal strategic point in the last days of the Rim Wars, and Moog likes to keep an eye on what the Confeds are doing.
Ahem, A Deviant Mind haiku:
The hero’s memory is gone,
the bad guys descend
like autumn rain,
We are fine with that.
That Brat Najimi is an awesome character! Your comics are great! Awesome story and art!
PAM! PAM! GOT THE BOOK!!!! PAM you are so cruel!!!!!! Now Najimi and Tayge are missing too???????? PAM!!!! PAM!!!!!
….What really got me..was the scene (in A Deviant Mind #23) with Najimi and her father…hearing her father say those hurtful things…then right after that he tells her he loves her… wow… that was most powerful moment in the book for me.
I think it’s a wonderful story with beautiful art. Everyone can relate to the feeling of not knowing who you really are, especially when you’re young, even if it’s not caused by amnesia, like Tara. The characters are original and captivating, and you don’t want to put it down once you start reading. I’m especially fond of the fact that you can always tell who’s who–no same-face in this work.
Thank you so much for A Deviant Mind! I’ve read the first two between running errands and cleaning house and I’m hooked. This is good sci-fi and I’m loving it.
Amazing. Magnificent. This is simply the BEST CGI comic art I have ever seen.
It’s also important that you’re including Transgender people in your series, Pam. Just another thing about it to be proud of. (A Deviant Mind) is ground-breaking in that respect. There are comics with third and non gender characters but none so popular and well executed that I know of. Thank you for contributing to our visibility.
My favorite cover ever. Just amazing to see this series come full circle 34 years later.
Personally from what I’ve read so far I feel like your stories should have real universal appeal. Everybody feels lost and no one really knows who they are. I think we just delude ourselves from time to time in thinking otherwise.