It's hard for me to understand that this is the end of Material Girl... and I'm sure I'm not alone in this. All of you who have read along and breathed life into Noah, cared about him, and wished the best have made this an incredible experience.
I began this project one late night with some humble sketches, which later developed into a goal: to create legit trans art. To tell an honest story about a crossdresser. And I hope to say with some confidence that I've done that.
I've had aspirations to draw comics since I picked up my first collection of Calvin and Hobbes: Attack of the Deranged Mutant Killer Snow Goons in second grade. And now I've got 84 pages to prove that I can do just that.
Thank you so much for all of your thoughts, emotions, and primarily for stopping by. I hope to see you all again when we meet again. ^_^ Until then, I hope that you will return to visit Noah, Ribbon, and the rest. Old stories, like old clothes, are happiest when revisited.
P.S. A quick shoutout to . Without her honesty and support, I may never have come this far.
Also... look for more Material Girl related work in the VERY near future. The story may be over, but there's still some spinoff work that will be showing up including one very special surprise this Weekend.
I hope you continue to do more comics in the future! This is definitely one of my favorites!
A side note: I couldn't find a hard copy for sale anywhere. I checked some of the links in the comments, none are working.
I'm so happy to hear that you loved the story and that it moved you in some way! As for hard copies for sale, I don't currently have any available but I've been considering putting together a digital version, or doing another run of the series. If I do, I'll be sure to post an update on my journal about it!
Thanks for reading!
Read the whole thing and absolutely loved it
I hope there is more ^^ Very well done!
It holds up.
Do you still have hard copies for sale?
noah cant die off like this ;W; <3333333333