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It’s Okay To Be Sad – August 2017

Ignatz Nominated (2016) cartoonist Kevin Budnik’s ongoing autobiographical comics continue in a series called It’s Okay To Be Sad. Each issue of IOTBS collects a month in Kevin’s life and details the ups and downs of mental health, love, friendship, and career stress. Originally serialized online, SPX 2017 will be the first time the July-September More Info »

I Love This Part

A brand new hardcover edition of Tillie Walden’s Eisner-nominated book ‘I Love This Part.’ Two girls in a small town in the USA kill time together as they try to get through their days at school. They watch videos, share earbuds as they play each other songs and exchange their stories. In the process they form More Info »

Ghosts, Etc.

Ghosts, Etc. is a collection of short stories from Baltimore-based, Society of Illustrators Silver Medal-winning illustrator, designer and writer George Wylesol. This collection of his work is concerned with environments, his ‘characters’ are objects or abstract shapes. In the first story, Ghosts, our nameless speaker works nights and weekends in the tunnels under the hospital. His job More Info »

The House of Dickinson

This mini combines the poetry of Emily Dickinson with the atmosphere of 1950’s horror comics.  

Fantasy Sports 3: The Green King

Wiz and Mug are back for another magical adventure as they continue their quests for the mighty Order of Mages! Wiz has always believed in the Order of Mages as a force for good; one that works to destroy tyrants and restore peace, but it seems that may not be the case at all. Prepare More Info »


The most important myth in Ancient Egypt is faithfully retold in glorious color! Horus, son of Isis, vows bloody revenge on his Uncle Set for the murder and usurpation of his Pharaoh father. Based on elements from various versions of the famous Osiris myth, Hamish Steele has resurrected this fantastic story in all its symbolic More Info »

The Strumpet 5

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 »

No Fair!

Here’s a minicomic packed with drawings about kids with a wounded sense of justice.  Many were published on


12 page comic book about violence.

Side Effects 1

Side Effects is the story of Dr. Op and Pill Pal and how they realize that they are part of this huge messed up system that society is built on. Aaaaaand Their quest to destroy it from the inside out.