Night Hag - Rayne Klar
Night Hag is a queer, witchy, nightmare romance comic by Rayne Klar that follows a non-binary cutie as they try stop their nightmares and confront the entity keeping them up at night. Rayne's art is truly spell-binding and puts you at ease as it leads you into the dark dreams the Night Hag walks.
Rayne is a comic artist and illustrator based in Michigan.
Vamps - Amelia Rose
Vamps is the first zine from Amelia Rose. It features illustrations and infographics based on famous vampires from TV, film and video games. These pieces puncture, showcasing the lines and inks Amelia has so delicately and confidently pressed on the paper.
Amelia is a tattoo artist based in Los Angeles.
Wavy - Ellie Fisher
Wavy is a zine where hip hop and anime clash. Pieces such as Super Saiyan Lil Uzi Vert follow meaningful comics and other illustrations with a foothold in both anime and rap culture. Ellie's paintings are reverent and intimate, created through a lens in which both these subjects exist alongside each other.
Ellie is a comic artists and illustrator based in Chicago.
Shitty Watchmen is a formalist exercise analyzing the language of comics as utilized by Alan Moore and, more importantly, Dave Gibbons. Created by Dave Baker, Nicole Goux, Rachel Dukes, Malachi Ward, Nick Diaz, Emilie Vo, Sam Ancona, Chuck Kerr, Colby Bluth, Robert Negrete, and Sabrina Deigert, Shitty Watchmen seeks to scrutinize the masterful use of composition and panel breakdown within the most undeniably complex comic book ever created. The means by which these staggering artistic achievements are deconstructed? Super shitty drawings.
Free Period - Two Moon Co
A zine by Dakotah Wens and Mallory Ballard (Two Moon Co) empowering women and their periods. It's thoughtful, informative and full of humor in the way only these two artists can bring to the page. Proceeds go towards benefiting homeless women's hygiene in Houston, Texas.
Two Moon Co is based out of Houston, Texas.
Anti-Hate is our first zine and also a reaction to the 2016 Presidential Election. This zine includes two comics from Mady G and Erika Sjule and an illustration from Ellie Fisher. Each piece reflects on the election, all created through different lenses of emotion and vulnerability. We are proud of it and grateful for the artists who contributed to it.