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The Adventures Of Aero-Girl is a Superhero Comic Book by DeWayne Feestra, Axur Eneas, and Adam Wollet.

Jacqueline Mackenzie is Aero-Girl, daughter and sidekick-in-training to the sworn protector of Foxbay, Battle Jack. Her goal is to one day inherit the source of Battle Jack's power, the Battle Spirit. However, her dream is squashed when Battle Jack is killed in battle against the evil Dr. Chimera, and the Battle Spirit is lost to Jacqueline.

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Racked with guilt over her father's death, Jacqueline begins contemplating retiring from crime-fighting, until she meets Jak-Jak, a gorilla who now wields the Battle Spirit. Together, the two set out on a mission to avenge Battle Jack's death.

The comic was funded on Kickstarter on March 22nd, 2013, and released on October 13th, 2015. It even launched a campaign for a second book which was funded on June 17th, 2014.


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The Adventures Of Aero-Girl contains examples of:

  • Action Dad: Jack Mackenzie, Jacqueline's father, filled this role as Battle Jack up until his death.
  • Action Girl: Aero-Girl, naturally, having been trained for the role by her father.
  • Bald of Evil: The Strong Man of the Three Ring Gang has no hair on his head.
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: Aero-Girl is forced to take a call from her mother in a fight with the Bearded Lady.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Dr. Chimera's red glasses hide his eyes.
  • Full-Name Ultimatum: Aero-Girl's mother uses her full name (Jacqueline Eloise Mackenzie) when she catches her trying to sneak out to meet with another hero team.
  • Girls with Moustaches: The Bearded Lady of the Three Ring Gang has a LOT of facial hair. Doubles as a Rare Female Example of a Beard of Evil.
  • Jet Pack: Aero-Girl uses one of these to fly around.
  • Kid Sidekick: Aero-Girl served this role for Battle Jack until his death.
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    • A visiting superhero who came to Foxbay in Issue #4 also has his own kid sidekick.
  • Little Miss Badass: Jacqueline is a kid with superhero training.

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