Noelle Stevenson is an Eisner Award-winning and New York
Times bestselling writer and cartoonist who has worked in both
animation and comics. A graduate of the Maryland Institute College
of Art, she is the author of the National Book Award-nominated
graphic novel Nimona, currently in development at Fox
Animation and slated for release in February of 2020. She is also
the cocreator of the GLAAD Award-winning comic series
Lumberjanes, and has written and illustrated for Marvel and
DC Comics. In animation, she has written for series including
Wander Over Yonder, Bravest Warriors,
DuckTales, and Big Hero Six before becoming the
executive producer of DreamWorks Animation Television's critically
acclaimed Netflix original series She-Ra and the Princesses of
Power. She lives in Los Angeles with her fiance Molly
Gigi D.G. is a California-based comic writer/artist and the creator of the Cucumber Quest series.
B.C. Peterschmidt has dreamed her entire life of being a visual storyteller. She was born and raised in Minnesota and began her career as a freelance illustrator, later graduating from Pratt Institute. She has illustrated book covers for Diana Wynne Jones's The Island of Chaldea and Naomi Shihab Nye's The Turtle of Oman. Her work is published in Marvel's New York Times bestselling anthology Out of the Past and also appears in Frank Beddor's Hatter Madigan series. B. C. Peterschmidt now makes her home in California.
Eva de la Cruz was born in Madrid, Spain, where she graduated in Fine Art at Complutense University. Having acquired experience from working in the animation and video game industries, Eva made her professional comics debut in the pages of 2000AD coloring Judge Dredd in 2003. Since then, she has continued to enjoy numerous collaborations with 2000AD, DC/Vertigo, and IDW. She lives in a picturesque village in Spain with her partner and a few cute cats.
Paulina Ganucheau is a comic artist and illustrator based wherever her computer lives (she moves a lot). She graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in sequential art. She is the creator of Lemon Bird with an original graphic novel out in 2020 and cocreator of Zodiac Starforce published by Dark Horse Comics. Her hobbies include watching pro wrestling, cloud photography, and following cats on Instagram.
Praise for She-Ra: Legend of the Fire Princess: What will really satisfy She-Ra fans is the space given to Adora and Catra's emotional conflict and broken friendship. Captures all of the charms of the animated show. -- KirkusFor the Honor of Grayskull! Fans of the Dreamworks/Netflix team-up will rejoice at the first She-Ra graphic novel... the initiated will appreciate the spot-on characters, comic misunderstandings, magical peril, and a brief respite from the agony of waiting for the next season of the show. -- Bulletin for the Center for Children's BooksPraise for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: In rebooting the beloved series, Stevenson has created something special, a cartoon that both honors and improves on the original by amplifying its characters' feelings, and emits equal parts electricity, joy, and warmth. Like its titular hero, She-Ra is so full of heart that it's easy to recognize its humanity, even with all the super-powered hijinks going on. -- VoxShe-Ra and the Princesses of Power is something special. The new Netflix series updates the '80s swordtech cartoon into a heroically right-now parable about empowered women teamworking against terror. The result is a funny-wonderful pop fantasy animated like disco fireworks, fun for kids of all genders and any parents looking for something happy to cry about. -- Entertainment WeeklyEtheria's fearless savior returns to television in dazzling animated form with She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, a reboot of the 1985 series that stays true to its roots while simultaneously reimagining the titular heroine for a new generation. -- IGNShe-Ra delivers fantastic sword-and-sorcery action, a compelling bit of world-building and mythology, and some of the most complex and honest portrayals of complicated relationships you'll find in an animated kids series... She-Ra and the Princesses of Power succeeds on all levels of storytelling, and is visually exciting, emotionally charged, and unexpectedly hilarious. It's one of the best new shows of the year and an easy recommendation for your watch-list. -- Collider