Being raised in matriarchies, Kayden's heroes were always females. From her mom who taught her she can do anything, to her Great Aunt, whom she remembers always run up to first to pay her respects, females were always at the forefront.
Being heavily influenced by her family, especially her close cousins who served in the Marines, Kayden wanted to create a superhero that protects her country, even if it means going against her own government to do so.
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This is Kayden's 2nd of 5 Latina superheroes in the A La Brava Universe. The first being JALISCO
Eva Cabrera is a Mexican vegan comic artist; nominated for the GLAAD Award and the Will Eisner Award.
Since childhood Eva has been fascinated by telling stories through drawings. Little by little she developed as a female artist within the industry of her country, which has been very important for her to represent the creative women in Mexico. Together, with her friend, Claudia Aguirre, they founded Boudika Comics to inspire new creative women.
Gloria Felix is a Mexican Illustrator and Visual Development artist living in LA.
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Sandra Romero is a first generation Mexican-American Graphic Designer based in the Central Valley of California.
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