Final magnifiqueNOIR Kickstarter Update

The Kickstarter is over! Sadly, it looks like we didn’t get funded. I’m going to summarize my feelings with an abridged version of a conversation with my mother:

Mom: You’re going on two vacations?
Me: Yep
Mom: Good. When you get back, we’re work on Plan B
Me: Cool

This has been one hell of a ride, and along with the Kickstarter I went to four conventions in five weeks. Basically, I’ve been going to conventions since March and my con season just ended two weeks ago, so needless to say… I’m exhausted. Vacation(s) are in order!

To everyone who shared and/or pledged: THANK YOU SO MUCH! It means the world to me that this series has so much love. Just because the Kickstarter didn’t work out doesn’t mean that this is the end. The book WILL STILL be released and there will be merchandise to go along with it — some of which you can get BEFORE the book is released. The point of the Kickstarter was to try and get funding to do the ABSOLUTE MOST with this project. It may not have all of the bells and whistles at launch next year, but the bells and whistles it does have will be shiny and neat

So, at the moment, I ask that you don’t discuss any alternative plans with me. This weekend I’ll be going to Texas to see a very good friend of mine get married, and the weekend after I’m going on vacation with some good friends. I’m going to use this time to REST and RELAX! I’ll tackle how to release the book, whether I want to try a different crowdfunding format, and things of that nature AFTERWARDS.

However, if you want to keep up with the girls, there are several ways to do so. We have:

The mailing list:

The Facebook page:

The website:

Thanks everyone, and remember: You are Magical

The magnifiqueNOIR Kickstarter Is LIVE!

14332993_10103565774027230_8803812661800851273_n What is magnifiqueNOIR?


There’s a city. It’s like most other cities. Buildings. People. Monsters who can destroy sidewalks by vomiting acid onto the ground, and an elite group of black, queer, magical girls who work to put those monsters in their place.

See? Just like most other cities.

Bree Danvers would’ve compared it to a video game, maybe a cartoon or comic book, except black girls are rarely the heroines of the story. But there her heroine stood, plus sized and wonderful, rocking a dazzling amount of purple and defeating monsters with galactic sparkles. Galactic Purple, that was her name, and soon, Bree was joining her on a magical adventure full of transformations and after school battles to defend a city like most other cities.

And soon, others would join them, and each one would be magical in their own way… give or take a few bumps on the acid covered ground.

Come join us and back this project to show the world just how magical these girls are!

2016 Convention Year!

Our 2015 convention year is over, and now it’s time for a much needed break and restocking.   But we’re not slowing down, we already have conventions lining up for next year!

Below are the conventions we’re already confirmed for.  Any you want to see us at?  Feel free to suggest us as guests or to comment on our pages with suggestions.  We’re always looking for new places to go!


March 11 -13, 2016 / Milwaukee, Wisconsin


March 18 -20, 2016/ Lansing, Michigan
*We will not have a table at this con, but we’ll be in attendance!


March 24 – 26, 2016 / Salt Lake City, Utah
* We will be guests! Come check out our table and the panels we’ll be running!


April 15-17, 2016 / Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
*We are guests! Feel free to check out our table and our panels and say hi!

anime detour

April 22 -24, 2016 / Bloomington, Minnesota
* We will be attending as Featured Artists!  Please check out our booth near the Dealer’s Room!

anime central

May 20-22, 2016 / Rosemont, Illinois


August 19-21, 2016 / Columbus, Ohio


October 7 -9, 2016 / St Louis Park, Minnesota

*We will be attending as guests!  Check out our panels and our booth!