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THE SHAPE-SHIFTER

WITH NIMONA AND LUMBERJANES, NOELLE STEVENSON HAS SLAIN THE GRAPHIC-NOVEL WORLD. HER NEXT CONQUEST? REBOOTING A SHE-RA ANIMATED SERIES FOR NETFLIX.

A FEW MONTHS AGO, Noelle Stevenson visited Blue Sky, the animation studio helming the film adaptation of her best-selling graphic novel Nimona, to see gorgeously painted concept art depicting a shark with boobs.

“I couldn’t believe it: This comic panel I drew when I was 19 years old and sleep-deprived, with the dumbest joke I could think of because it made me laugh at 4 a.m.,” Stevenson says with

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