Oneshi Press co-founders (Jayel Draco and Lynsey G.) are back again for the second time featured on "Adrian Has Issues" episode 123! Fan extraordinaire Adrian King conducts candid interviews with comic book creators, musicians, filmmakers, and more in this awesome weekly pop culture podcast.
The awesome geek culture website Comic Book and Movie Reviews just interviewed our co-founder, Lynsey G! In the interview with CBMR editor David, Lynsey talked about how Oneshi Press came to be. She also elaborated on some of the projects she’s spearheaded, her history as an adult entertainment journalist, Oneshi Press’s theme song (hint: “Space: the final frontier”), motto, and greatest hero, among other things.
Major Spoilers reviews the Oneshi Press submissions guidlines.
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The Grawlix Podcas promotes the Oneshi Press submissions guide lines as Oneshi Press "Seeks to elevate marginalized voices".
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Major Spoilers 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."
Two Dimension: The Comic Book Podcast With No Direction plugs Oneshi Press in episode "204 | The Archies, Bug, Kirby Omnibus And Oneshi Press" A quick discussion of The Archies One Shot starts everything off and moves into Bug! The Adventures Of Forager and the many characters of Jack Kirby. G.I. Combat, comic book ads, differing art styles, The Jack Kirby Omnibus Volume One and Oneshi Press finish everything out.
“The Great Nations of Rendaraia is the sort of book you tuck away with the most treasured novels in your library, removing it from the shelf every now and then simply to admire it. “—Caitlin Lyle Farley
Read more of this sweet review of Children of Gaia: The Great Nations of Rendaraia on Readers’ Favorite, where it was awarded with the coveted Five Star Readers’ Favorite award! Talk about making noise…