Listing Category: SPX 2018 Debut

Brat

Ms. D. is THE JD, but she’s losing her edge. Will her next act of delinquency restore her legacy?

Desert Walk

A comic about trauma, healing, and desert hiking. Also, there is a bunny.

Exit Archaeology

Exit Archaeology is a 48-page diary of working on a dig in Greece in 2017.  The comic chronicles daily life on an excavation in Greece: the job of drawing amphora fragments, avoiding dogs while running, swimming with jellyfish, what other people are having for breakfast, and the question of whether I will go back to this More Info »

Kitten Construction Company

Construction has never been cuter than in this graphic novel for very young readers! Can you be too cute for your own good? Sadly, the answer is yes. In a world where kittens and humans coexist, several talented kittens with skills in architecture, construction, engineering, and plumbing have discovered that nobody will take them seriously More Info »

The Vault

An elder god who just can’t get a good eternity’s rest. A survivor struggling to save the next target of the monster that damned her. A villain trying to make peace with the legacy of his deceased nemesis. These are just three of the seven of the stories that await you in “The Vault.”  Discover More Info »

Blood on the Tracks No. 2

I figured if I wanted to shoot back, I may as well join the gang with the best firepower behind it.

Blood on the Tracks No. 3

So how exactly does one end up in the situation? How does a fine, upstanding citizen become a career criminal? Little by little, one step at a time.

A League of Their Own: Female Filmmakers and the Stories They Tell, Volume 2

It’s no secret that the film industry is male dominated. With A League of Their Own, Volume 2, we take a look at nine more female filmmakers, the work they’ve created, and the obstacles they’ve surmounted to make it. Featuring full color illustrations along with descriptions for each filmmaker and one of her films, you’ve got More Info »

Now: The New Comics Anthology #4

This fourth issue of Now continues the mission already established: to present over 100 pages of all new short comics fiction by a host of established and up-and-coming talent from around the globe.