With never-before-seen monsters and encounters with some of your favorite characters from the game, the manga adds a whole new dimension to Monster Galaxy! In a land populated by creatures called Moga, those with the skill practice taming these Moga, capturing them in Starseeds and pitting them against each other in battle. Thirteen-year-old Avery would love nothing more than to become a Moga tamer, but he's needed at home, and there's no way his overprotective mom will let him pursue a dangerous career with the Moga Rangers! Avery and his little sister Dawn have kept their Moga taming aspirations a secret, but the alignment of the thirteen Zodiac planets has sent hundreds of Moga raining down from the heavens, and it's going to be tough for Avery and Dawn to keep their secret when the allure of brand-new Moga is all around!
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Gaia Online is an award-winning avatar-based online community for teens and young adults. Founded in 2003, Gaia Online has grown into one of the biggest forum communities in the worldwhere users can discuss anime, games, comics, sci-fi, fantasy and anything else they can imagine. Gaia has the world's 2nd largest discussion forums covering virtually every topic under the sun, and Gaia is very active with over 1 million forum posts per day! Gaia also has virtual worlds and games to interact with other users, and fully customizable avatars and profiles where one can express themselves freely. Mel was born and raised in Queens, New York. She studied cartooning in Art & Design High School and animation at The School of Visual Arts. Mel also taught cartooning to children for several years at a local community college in Queens, teens at Hostos Community College in the Bronx, and substituted a senior portfolio class at The School of Visual Arts.
While not slaving over her desk buried in work, Mel likes to play video games and paint model kits...which isn't very often.
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