Here are some character designs for the protagonists.
The whole bit where she's kicking around Gene Kelley's hat has to be one of the sexiest scenes in cinema history. I remember having to force my old roommates to watch this movie. They were confused not to be watching Die Hard ironically for the 100th time.
At some point, in a way too convoluted to explain here, I was going to introduce an android into the story named Blanca Lagos.
These days there's a lot of pressure on young cartoonists to produce graphic novels and do "serious" literary work. As a result we're getting alot of bloated, boring comics. There's kids coming at comics from an academic background. They're drawing like George Herriman because they were taught in school that he's an important cartoonist instead of drawing what they're most passionate about. Cartoonists who know they want to be artists but have no clue what they want to say. It shouldn't matter whether you're doing a biography on Dostoyevsky or a story about a cyborg seeking revenge. You just have to approach the thing honestly.