That’s right, Tracy Queen is coming!
Team Oneshi is launching a kickstarter campaign for Tracy Queen.
Written by award winning author, Lynsey G, and illustrated by Jayel Draco, Tracy Queen is a Sci-Fi, sex-positive, feminist, action-hero, who creates an army of cyborg-clones on her quest for liberation. The kickstarter campaign represents our quest, to bring it to you, but we can’t do it without your help. Here’s our KTacy Queen Kickstarter info video:
The following is a clip from a Q&A we did on my livestream at twitch.tv/jayeldraco, where Lynsey explains why Tracy Queen is important. Ignore me, I was just listening to Lynsey’s beautiful answer before preparing to give my own.
In writer Lynsey G’s words:
She’s a feminist. She’s a warrior. She’s sex-positive. She’s incredibly intelligent yet hopelessly naive, simultaneously paranoid and idealistic, at once simple and conflicted, visionary and messy, problematic but trying really hard…and unapologetically horny. Tracy upends the narratives we’re used to hearing by being, ultimately, herself. And “herself” is a very unique individual, indeed.
The Kickstarter page starts off with our promo video that we made to explain a little bit more of Tracy’s flavor(linked above). Then the page goes on to explain a bit about Tracy, why we’re doing this, what we need to get it done and what you get for helping us, as well as who is involved in the project.
Please check it out and share it with your friends.
Tracy Queen is coming back in 7 more issues of her extra big comic book
When we meet her, Tracy Queen has just been dumped by her boyfriend, who discovered that she’s part of her grandfather’s organized crime syndicate…and didn’t take it well. In the middle of a good cry, the mafia heiress finds a stray raccoon breaking into her warehouse of illegally obtained goods. When she discovers that this raccoon can talk, the two become instant friends, and Nikola (that’s the raccoon) moves in with the lonely Tracy.
Soon, Nikola introduces the sheltered Tracy to new ideas and dreams, like getting away from her grandfather’s stifling control. And like getting herself off, instead of waiting for someone to do it for her. Inspired by the freedom she finds in self-pleasure and disgusted by her grandfather’s “business” tactics, Tracy strikes out on her own, leaving her past behind her.