The eighth indie comics collection from Oneshi Press has landed, and it’s got two short comics by yours truly in it! There are also twelve other short comics from nearly two dozen other badass indie creators in these 120 pages of fabulousness. And they’re all centered around one theme: healing. We could all use a bit more goodness in our lives these days, and this anthology is jam-packed with explorations of trauma, redemption, and healing. It’s really a gorgeous collection, and I know you’ll love it. It’s out in limited-edition trade paperback now, with a digital release coming next month!
The Healing Anthology
Wrapped in a beautiful cover by James Groeling, anthology eight starts with PJ Harper’s multi-character introduction.
Next, it’s V2.3 of the epic graphic novel from Lynsey G. and Jayel Draco, Tracy Queen! Learn about Nikola the racoon’s past—and how he deals with his trauma.
Then, it’s on to “Kreepy” Kevin Sheely and Desiree King’s “Finn: Guardian of the Five Gates.” Follow a teen rocker into a realm where the mistakes of her parents mean only she can save the world…again. UGH!
Next, Grivante and Samir Zee Simão’s Zee Brothers face their fears! They set off to help a homeowner with a zombie infestation in “The Case of the Zombie Omelet,” Part 2.
Explore friendship’s healing powers, whether real or imaginary. Dive into AJ O. Mason and Luca Cicognola’s “My Giant Strange Friend.”
And then journey into a supportive yet dangerous adventure with a polyamorous trio! The first half of “Detour” from Allison Bannister and Tom O’Brien is a refreshing new look at fantasy.
Up next, return to the vast fantasy universe of Children of Gaia with Peter Lampasona and D.L. Johnson. “Carrying Iron” offers our firs glimpse into the realm of Terra…and its shady underworld.
In “A Tale of Good Intentions,” a superhero realizes that trauma doesn’t have a quick fix in an unsettling tale from Patricia Loupee and Amy Hay.
Next, “Quantum 1.1” finds a Northern Cheyenne woman grappling with a missing sister and newfound superpowers all at once. Lenny Peppers and James Mason team up to deliver this first installment of a new indigenous superhero comic!
Finally, begin the third arc of Lynsey G. and Jayel Draco’s PACK. Here, the gentrification of these stray vigilantes’ mean streets has begun…
These pages are packed with art and comics, pleasure and pain, healing and redemption. Perhaps it will help you find your own!
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