"Lynsey G. has been working as a professional writer for years, but it’s only in the past few years that the writer and editor turned her eye to comics, writing work like Tracy Queen and Pack. In 2015 she and her partner Jayel Draco founded Oneshi Press, where Lynsey not only publishes her own work, but edits and publishes a semiannual anthology, which just released its ninth volume. " -read more-
"Some people like Westerns, some like Dungeons & Dragons. With the new book from Oneshi Press, “War & Horses”, you can have both. A pulp-fiction style cowboy book in a setting unlike most fantasy stories, put on your gun belt and get ready for a bumpy ride! ... in a setting that will remind fans a bit of Joss Whedon’s “Firefly” and maybe even a little of some Clint Eastwood movies you may have seen..."
"In the fights in War & Horses, Lampasona says, “My training with SAMBO competitors Anthony Sansonetti and Jeremy Paiser created the inspiration for the ‘wrestling’ in the action sequences in War & Horses. Jeremy’s moves, in particular, were the inspiration for several fight scenes though Anthony’s more direct style focused on positional dominance played a part in the Triggerman character, himself, especially in War & Horses ..."
“'PACK' is a gritty 7-part comic book series that tells the tale of a gang of dogs who vigilantly prowl the mean streets of Brooklyn, New York City, where gentrification is king, corruption runs deep, and the only real way to stay safe is to assume that everyone is on the take. Well, there’s a blurry line between hero and villain in these dark days, and according to the PACK, their way is the only way!”
“Independent publisher Oneshi Press is proud to release the second issue of its gritty comic book series about the six stray stray dogs—and one stray man—who put crime under the fang! In PACK #2: Kindness, the PACK is back.”
“I’m so excited to see Kindness’s story out in the world,” says Oneshi Press co-founder and PACK writer Lynsey G. “Pit bulls suffer from discrimination against their breed, and sometimes that leads to truly dark situations. Their stories are important, and we’re ready to tell it”
"This is an live interview with comic book writers and illustrators Jayel Draco and Chris Covelli from Oneshi Press. The Gr8 Gunny, Jayel and Chris digs DEEP into Hollywood's approach to making Sci-Fi movies. Is there any new stories left? Let's here more about this topic and their awesome Comic Series! For More information on Oneshi Press ..."
“Tracy Queen Volume 1 is unexpected, to say the least. An action hero with a talking raccoon sidekick, ninja drug-runners, cyborg armies, and a heavy dose of sexualized imagery might trick you into thinking this was a bombastic, over-the-top, but ultimately shallow effort. Upon reading, however, you’ll find instead a sex-positive story that, more than anything, is about finding your identity and becoming comfortable with yourself... -read more-
“It’s time for a new kind of comic book hero—an empowered woman who is unafraid of being herself, even when that means choosing pleasure over violence,” says writer Lynsey G. “We need more stories about women who can be smart, successful, badass, and sexual, too.” The result? An over-the-top, sex-positive, sci-fi adventure that happens to center around ... -read more-
"Published by Oneshi Press, Tracy Queen promises to be “an epic, pulpy-sci-fi adventure about one woman’s journey from repression to empowerment … with an army of clones, a battle against the patriarchy, and a zillion sex toys along the way!” There are also cyborgs and a talking raccoon sidekick ... -read more-
"Promiscuous Women Will Rule the World — And I Wrote a Graphic Novel About One of Them || I wrote a graphic novel about a porn star who does a lot of gangbangs. It might sound degenerate, but I believe that promiscuous women are the biggest badasses around. And hey, I was inspired by science. Allow me to explain." ... -read more-
"a graphic novel about a porn star. Before you keep reading, take a moment to ask yourself what that sentence made you feel. Then take a moment to ponder why. The sequential art industry is becoming more inclusive all the time, shining lights into hitherto unexplored spaces that aren’t always ... -read more-
I enjoy variety, which is why I’m talking with Lynsey G. from Oneshi Press during Episode 355! She’s one of the driving forces behind that company, and she also writes two of the series’ in their Oneshi Press Quarterly Anthology series. Right now, she has a Kickstarter project going on for Tracy Queen Volume 1, which deserves your support! ... -read more-
When Lynsey G began her journalistic career she met many empowered women who created the life and career they wanted. But while reporting on the adult entertainment industry and learning the stigma and discrimination facing sexworkers and other women for simply expressing ... -read more-
We got a second review of PACK Issue 1, and we're stoked about it. Here you can check out the sample, and see what CBAMR had to say about PACK. "a costumed crime-fighter who prowls the mean streets of Brooklyn with his army of six stray dogs. Yes. That’s correct. I said dogs. Want to know more? "
Oneshi Press get an awesome review for our first Children of Gaia book, Great Nations of Rendaraia by Comic Book And Movie Reviews! They melt us with statements like "expertly created by those two lovable rogues, Jayel Draco and Lynsey G" They also provide some insight for you our beloved reader.
"Pack is really cool and I had a lot of fun reading it. The story was gripping, the art was great to look at. I think this will turn out to be a great series. Whether you like dogs, vigilantes, dogs, government, dogs, politics, or dogs, this book is worth a read." - Aaron Iara, For the Love of Indie. Read the full article here
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.
Oneshi Press co-founders (Jayel Draco and Lynsey G.) are featured on episode 94 of “Adrian Has Issues,” a weekly pop culture podcast! Fan extraordinaire Adrian King conducts candid interviews with comic book creators, musicians, filmmakers, and more. We mostly talk about Children of Gaia, the importance of diversity and similar progressive notions in pop-culture, and we get into the general Oneshi Press mission statement as well.
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 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…