Magdalene Visaggio’s 3 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Magdalene Visaggio is an American comic book writer. She is best known for her works, Kim & Kim and Vagrant Queen. Vagrant Queen also aired on Syfy as a TV series in 2020.

Magdalene Vissagio

Magdalene has a few tattoos on her body. Let us take a look at them and the meanings behind them.

1. Symbol Tattoo

Magdalene Vissagio symbol tattoo

Tattoo: There is a symbol tattooed right in the middle of her chest. The symbol starts as a crescent moon, with a circle below it, and has a cross just below the circle.

2. ‘Bolt and Logo’ Tattoo

Magdalene Vissagio bolt tattoo Magdalene Vissagio logo tattoo

Tattoo: There is a red and blue lightning bolt tattooed on the inside of her left forearm. She later added a black star to the bolt’s background and tiny stars below the whole design.

Meaning: The lightning bolt is the iconic David Bowie’s lightning bolt. The tattoo of the star on her forearm represents the album cover for Blackstar, the 2016 studio album by David Bowie, who is one of her favorites.

3. ‘Skeleton’ Tattoo

Magdalene Vissagio skeleton tattoo

Tattoo: The inside of her right forearm has a dark skeleton tattooed on it. The skeleton is also holding a staff with a flag on it that circles around it and has the words, “Omnia Mutantur Nihil Interit” written on it.

Meaning: The words are in Latin and translate to, “Everything Changes, Nothing Disappears“, which is the title of the album by White Spot.

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