TWO VIEWS OF CHARLES LEE JACKSON II's SUPERHEROINE- SOLARA
Working with Mac McCaughan and Wendy Pini (then Wendy Fletcher), I had a character and costume design, and now I produced a script and shipped it off to Wendy! It was the first time she ever drew a story from someone else's writing, though she had produced several installments of her own strip, "The Rebels"! As such this story became sort of a landmark for her (as well as being one of the first scripts that I wrote and didn't draw myself)! She stuck to the spirit if not the letter of mv script, and produced a tale that showed her collaboration in both the art and the dialogue!
|Windy Pini's Initial Design.|
|Charles Lee Jackson II's Final Evolution.|
Cover of first Solara solo adventure
Charles Lee Jackson II and Frankie Hill
Solara, the blonde bombshell of the Swashbucklers flies again, in four exciting adventures from “The Emperor’s Secret Files”! From nuclear threat and earthquake to disaster from the heavens, Solara is on the job, risking her own life to save innocents. But from where does Solara come? Not even her own civilian identity, Helia Laurel, knows her secret. But somehow, in times of danger, the blue-and-gold uniform flashes through the sky. Not a rocket – not a meteorite – but an adventuress whose battle against crime and evil makes her Target: Solara.
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Solara is the only superheroine who doesn't know she is one. How is that possible? Click here to hear to Charles Lee Jackson explain.