Published on June 19th, 2019 | by Richard Boom


Meet Geek-Girl #5’s Cover Artist – Sun Khamunaki

Sun Khamunaki‘s work first caught my eye on a Monsterella Kickstarter last year from Hangman Comics, as well as a cover for Lady Death (via Coffin Comics)

This was also when Sam Johnson was running the previous Geek-Girl Kickstarter, and right away, he wanted her to do something for Geek-Girl!

Her slate was too full at the time, but Sam got in early ahead of this new Geek-Girl Kickstarter, and the result is her beautiful cover for the Jump-On issue Geek-Girl #5!  

Sun is a comic cover artist & illustrator from Victoria BC Canada known for her fine art inspired style. Her works have graced the covers of Lady Death, Rothic, the aforementioned Monsterella, and various Zenescope titles including Oz and Van Helsing. You can check out more of Sun’s gorgeous work at her website:

Here are what were Sun’s roughs for potential cover images, before we chose the middle one…

…and here’s the finished art!

This is available on Geek-Girl #5 Regular and Ltd Virgin (without the text the Regular has on the cover) editions, and you can get these in Kickstarter Rewards #4 & #6 respectively. The Regular Edn is also part of rewards #8-#10 & #12 – which contain Geek-Girl (ongoing) issues in Digital and Physical forms. 

And the issue is also available in Regular, Virgin edns or both in Collectors’ Packs: in rewards #13-up.

You can get to the Geek-Girl Kickstarter here, where you can order; and if you’ve already backed, you can change your pledge to any of the above if you’d like to, by clicking on ‘Manage your Pledge’ there. Or if you’d simply like to add the Regular, Virgin or both of these edns of Geek-Girl #5 to your existing pledge, msg Sam via PM at Kickstarter and he’ll show you how.

Sun Khamunaki

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Richard is the driving force behind Comics for Sinners. His love and admiration for female comic book characters is virtually unparalleled, which immediately explains his biggest 'sin': his Hot Mummy fetish. This sketchbook theme is philogynistic in nature and even the source of his WIP comic book series "The Sisterhood".

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