Listing Tag: Koyama Press

Ghost Queen

The good news: the house is parent free. The bad news: it’s lousy with ghosts.

Evie and the Truth About Witches

Witches have a bad rap, and Evie’s ready to learn the truth, but remember some spells are better left unsaid!

Chlorine Gardens

Keiler Roberts doesn’t do slice of life; she gives you the whole pie.

Roaming Foliage

The inhabitants of a garden grown from a robot’s imagination are thrust into turmoil due to its creator’s crisis.

A House in the Jungle

A potent pineapple dealing hermit’s transcendental quest is disrupted by the encroaching townspeople he supplies. Then things get weird.

Brat

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

Everywhere Disappeared

Collecting a cornucopia of short comics by one of the medium’s most inventive artists. A keen observer of the absurd, Patrick Kyle’s stories defamiliarize the machinations of life, work and art with droll dialogue and his angular, humanely geometric drawing and sci-fi settings that recall set design more than satellite images. Kyle’s figures may be More Info »

Anti-Gone

Join an oneiric odyssey through a slacker second life. Reality’s grip is loosened as Spyda and Lynxa explore a potentially constructed environment that shifts between dystopic future and constructed virtual present. Like a form of multistable perceptual phenomena, Anti-Gone exists in ambiguity. Connor Willumsen is a Montreal-based artist originally from Calgary, AB, where he received a design More Info »

Language Barrier

Collecting zines and comics filled with gorgeous illustration and artful design that attempt to translate modern life. The real meaning behind emojis, the subtext of sexts, the financial cryptography of flats and pumps, and more are revealed in this witty and wonderfully drawn collection. Hannah K. Lee melds elegant typography, beautiful illustration and trenchant text More Info »

Sex Fantasy

A salacious title belies a moving look at intimacy and all its delicacies and absurdities. Begun as a loose, ephemeral zine that was produced in limited editions, these small comics in both size and length are esoteric and immensely personal. Covering a span of four years, the comics collected here build a relationship that is More Info »