Newswire: Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur are neighborhood celebrities in this exclusive preview

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Marvel has come under fire for comments about diversity this year, so it’s nice to see the publisher commit to a character like Lunella “Moon Girl” Lafayette, whose ongoing series doesn’t sell especially well on a month-to-month basis but brings in more readers with collections. Moon Girl And Devil Dinosaur has been consistently entertaining since it debuted a year and a half ago, and Marvel has been taking strides to make Lunella a more prominent figure in its larger comics universe. She’s a regular character in the new Secret Warriors team series, and the last arc of MG&DD featured a steady stream of guest stars that gave Lunella deeper connections to Marvel’s other heroes, like The Thing, Dr. Strange, and the X-Men. These are the right steps to take to make Moon Girl a lasting presence in Marvel Comics, and her higher profile is starting to …