Luna is a girl of few friends, mainly because she doesn't' like being the center of attention. Her low profile keep her away of popular girls of which usually act as bullies against her only friend, Collie. And due her known strength, ... Luna is usually labeled as tomb-boy.
Her childhood has always been a cloudy mess in her head, unaware of her bloodline gift: the Lycanthropy. The reasons for her memory lost, so far, are unknown.
-How do you feel about... people?:"People aren't that nice. Sometimes they can do mean things if they want... That sucks. So you need to give them a good lesson and hit them if necessary. Why not?
But a few of them are nice, like the people you have most close to you, and that's what really matters, at least for me."
How do you feel about... power?:"Power? I don't have any power, but I can handle an average jackass if I need to."
How do you feel about... love?:"Love is... I'm not sure what love is. I think guys think it's some sort of excuse to act like asses... and I think love does goofy things to you if you let it, so you have to be careful about love, or else it'll hurt you."
How do you feel about... honesty?:"People need to be honest. How can you trust someone who isn't honest with you? I'd never lie to the people I trust. When you make a promise, it means something important not only to you, but to the people who believe in you."
Luna was born around '97 when I sketched a Werewolf Woman called "Lupina." The same character used a human name as Lyn, and so the character evolved from a superhero concept ...(Lupina used a black suit like Batman's Catwoman) to an ordinary girl...Thank goodness =).
There is no graphic model that I have in mind to draw her.. but for a long time, she wasn't going to use short hair and glasses. But thenjust before starting the comic (2004)...I had in mind the idea of a change in an emotional way, as well as her looks.
She will find her true self through these "changes"
with the beast-within theme as the growing-up theme
that bring changes in all senses(physically and emotionally). Knowing herself"