Moon was an anthology comic under the imprint, Crescent Comics. Its name derived from the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast were sessions with teenage cartoonists were overseen by John Farrelly as part of a multi-day workshop initiative.
From John Farrelly's introduction,
- "The stories featured within reflect the comic creator's usual fixation with the three 'G's = Guns, Guys and Gore. This is taken as standard. But the tales also accentuate one more important 'g' - Giggles.
- There is a gallows humour that is indigenous to this country prevalent in the stories. Characters merrily get shot, punched, kicked and blown up with not so much as a haste apology. I don;t know what that says about the comics creators, but it makes damn fine comics"