PRESS RELEASE

Today, independent publishing company Oneshi Press announces the release of Oneshi Press Quarterly Anthology #02.

Featuring five original comics from a diverse group of international creators, this 52-page full-color anthology explores themes of self-determination, corruption, existentialism, and heroism. Anthology #02 is the second installment of an ongoing series Oneshi Press is releasing every three months, featuring installations from longer graphic novels, short one-off comics, and visual art.

“The second Quarterly Anthology from Oneshi Press promises to be exciting, enticing, and surprising in all the best ways!” says Lynsey G., Oneshi Press’s writer, editor, and co-founder. “We are so honored to be working with so many amazingly talented creators and visual artists to bring a true community effort into the world of indie comics!”

The anthology features the second eight-page installments from Oneshi Press’s two graphic novels: the feminist, sex-positive, sci-fi adventures of adult entertainer and warlord Tracy Queen; and the crime-fighting violence of a group of stray dogs—and one stray man—in the gritty comic noir PACK. Miguel Colón continues his post-apocalyptic graphic novel, Lomack: The Giant Warrior Angel. Creative team Brendan Rowe and Creees Hyunsung Lee explore the meaning of war and play in their short comic, “Trenches.” And creative team Dino Caruso and James Liswed dive into the dark underbelly of the superhero industrial complex in “Confidence Game.” This anthology also introduces guest art and artist spotlights from visual artists Jenelle Leigh Campion, Jessie Smith, Maia Gabrielle, and Jason Johnson.

Oneshi Press Quarterly Anthology #02 is now available as a high-quality, full-color, glossy trade paperback directly from Oneshi Press via their bookshop, and will soon be available on ComiXology and Amazon Kindle.

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