A lush tropical island in the 1930s is the backdrop for stunning action and romance featuring the lovely native women of Bora Bora, and the rugged and sometimes dangerous men who call their world paradise.
“Island Girls” is written by Paul Driggere and P.M. Amaras as a salute to the old-fashioned “men’s adventure” comics and magazines once seen in the 1940s and 1950s. It also tweaks a bit of accurate history as well, in that the island of Bora Bora, before and during World War II, became a mighty military base. Through the entire war, the island was a rest stop and fuel depot for planes and ships of both American and French forces, and was instrumental to winning the war in the Pacific.
The “Island Girls”, namely Huana, Leilani, Kalea, Malana, and Marie-Claire, are instrumental themselves – they usually team up together to solve mysteries and bring the bad guys to justice. Plus, they let go of their heart-strings every now and then.
The stunning artwork is courtesy of Ralph Del Mundo, a professional movie storyboard artist, and behind some of the amazing art of the “Fargo” TV series.Visit Comic’s Website