Dirty Diamonds is an award-winning all-girl comic anthology. The latest installment captures women’s thoughts behind the act of SEX. The stories in this collection are personal, powerful, real, raw, hilarious, ridiculous, and stunningly smart. Too often, women are told how they should feel about their sexuality and what they should do with their bodies, and now more than More Info »
1001 Knights is a massive 3-volume anthology project focusing on creating people-positive characters with feminist overtones. Over the course of 3 volumes, 250+ artists explore themes about what it means to be a knight and what makes for a strong character through illustration, comics, poetry, and prose. The artists involved have worked long and hard to create meaningful art that will uplift and inspire readers. 1,001 knights will be represented between all 3 volumes, including fictional characters and the contributing artists.
The Strumpet is a transatlantic annual focusing on women telling stories in comics, edited by cartoonists Ellen Lindner and Glynnis Fawkes (as well as, in prior issues, editrix emeritae Jeremy Day and Kripa Joshi). Despite ENORMOUS progress made by women in comics in the last two decades, we still feel that there’s a bit of More Info »
Myriad. Sixteen diverse stories in a multitude of genres, including cautionary science fiction, modern love story, children’s fable, and much more. Sixteen tales of varying lengths, illustrated by a number of different artists, yet all written by the same author. Sixteen short comics, spanning over eight years, now published between two covers for the first More Info »
At 8th Wonder press, we want to stretch the boundaries of what comics can do. For example: can you tell a complete story in the space of two pages? We put out a call to some of the best independent comics creators and the answer was a resounding yes. At that moment Uncanny Adventures: Duo More Info »
In the new anthology from Milwaukee’s This City Press, eleven creators were given a single word, “meat,” and told to go wild with it. With eight stories that touch on horror, family, harassment, skateboards, and more, “Bowieknife: Meat” is spooky, funny, heartwarming, and thoughtful in ways that anyone can relate to and enjoy. 62 pages, More Info »