As a kid in the late 90s I read a comic book series in the library. The book format was similar to Asterix — thin hardcover books larger than DIN A4 paper. There must have been at least 5 issues. The version I read was in German, but I think it was originally French or Belgian, because of the style and the book format.
The art style was realistic compared to something like Tintin, but still comic-like with simple lines and colors and not much shading. It may have been inspired by Japanese comics. The main character was a young Asian woman with dark chin-length hair and somewhat yellow skin. There were a number of other characters, possibly some with blue skin.
The comic featured a lot of space travel, where the characters used form-fitting space suits with spherical transparent helmets. There may also have been time travel and other fantastic elements. The covers featured dramatic scenes, often the main character falling or otherwise being active in front of some large, dramatic setting.
I don't remember any specific plots or names, but I liked that comic and I'd like to revisit it.