Netflix's She-Ra is Coming to Comics in 2020, from Noelle Stevenson, Gigi D.G., and Paulina Ganucheau

After conquering the world of animation via her Netflix original series, She-Ra has set her sights on comic next. Series creator Noelle Stevenson has announced a She-Ra and the Princesses of Power original graphic novel set to hit stores in February next year, based on stories by Stevenson, with a script by Gigi D.G. and art by Paulina Ganucheau. Stevenson made the big reveal on Twitter:

And Amazon has the synopsis for the graphic novel:

Don't miss the first epic She-Ra and the Princesses of Power graphic novel, based on stories by showrunner Noelle Stevenson!

Even after everything that's happened, the world outside the Horde's walls is still a strange one to Adora. Each day she's learning more about her growing powers as She-Ra, including something new: the ability to heal corrupted runestones. Runestones are the magical source from which princesses like Frosta, Mermista, and Perfuma draw their power, but Glimmer knows of another runestone — one with a dark past. Long ago a fire princess ruled the lands to the west, until her thirst for power corrupted her, and led to the ruin of her kingdom. Glimmer thinks the lost fire runestone could give the Rebellion an edge in the fight against the Horde, but claiming this ancient power won't be easy… especially not when the Horde has their eyes set on the same prize.

Don't miss this original graphic novel based on stories by She-Ra showrunner and New York Times bestselling author Noelle Stevenson, with script by Gigi D.G. and art by Paulina Ganucheau!

Published by Scholastic, Amazon lists the OGN at 128 pages. Perhaps more exciting, Amazon also lists She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Legend of the Fire Princess as part one of a She-Ra series, indicating there will be more graphic novels to come after this one. Check out the cover below.

Netflix's She-Ra is Coming to Comics in 2020

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