Oneshi Press Comics Anthology #09: The Justice Anthology
112 pages. Short comics, Artist Spotlights, and more.
Oneshi Press’s ninth comics anthology examines the concept of justice, from revenge tales to heroic adventures to searching for fairness when it can’t be found. These 112 gorgeous pages invite you to think about what justice means to these characters, to these stories…and to you.
In the ninth Oneshi Press comics anthology, two dozen creators examine the concept of justice, from revenge tales to heroic adventures to seeking fairness where it can’t be found. These 112 gorgeous pages invite you to think about what justice means to these characters, to these stories…and to you.
Starting with stunning cover art by Shadowind, the anthology kicks off with a frothy, eye-opening introduction by Sonne. Then, the last installment of Tracy Queen, Volume 2 starts sensually with writing from Lynsey G., art from Jayel Draco, and lettering from Cardinal Rae. Next, Brendan Rowe, Fabio Ramacci, and Erica Cotten show us a future dating world where singles get complete satisfaction—or their money back—in “On a Thing”! We then return to the world of “Gabrielle,” where Erica Schultz and Jan Velazquez deliver divine retribution to those who exploit others. In “The Witch’s Justice” by Nachiket Naik and Jacob Fleming, magical comeuppance applies to everyone, no matter how powerful. Next, a sweet tale of inclusive love and adventure concludes with “Detour, Part 2” from Allison Bannister and Tom O’Brien. In “The Berbackus,” Chris Lackie, Sean Bova, and Nikki Powers weave a spellbinding tale of cryptid correction. Then, the dark world of “Ziegler Box” from Chaka Brown Freeman, Vicente Alcázar, Greg Gallagher, and Nouri Zander takes us deeper down a sinister path where unquenchable thirst is no accident. “Trinkets,” a Children of Gaia tale from Lynsey G. and Eldkrind, introduces readers to magical kids who take on bullies any way they can. Next, in “Bloom Squad” by James Wayne Johnson and Marcelo Salaza, finding justice means seeking understanding—even of one’s own superpowers. Then, enter the world of Vigilante 2890 in “Junction” from Kael McDonald and Jacey Chase, where the consequences of injustice are weighed against the consequences of revenge. Last, the dogs of the PACK watch gentrification encroach on their brutal justice in PACK #3: Temperance, 3.2 from Lynsey G. and Jayel Draco.
The justice anthology takes readers on unexpected journeys to look at justice—and its absence—from every angle. These creators have built stunning worlds…you’re invited to explore them!
This 120-page, full-color anthology is also available as a high-quality trade paperback.
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