Oneshi Press Comics Anthology #10: Origins
Release date: December 9, 2020.
120 pages. Short comics, artist spotlights, and more.
In Oneshi Press’s tenth comics anthology, diverse creators ask how things start and how they conclude…and whether there’s any difference.
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In the tenth anthology of indie comics from Oneshi Press, diverse creators ask where things began.
Cover art by Sophia Murphy is followed by an introduction from voopytimes, starring a Real Cowboy. Then, rejoin the erotic epic Tracy Queen, where our hero seeks more in her adult film career at the outset of the third issue in the series from Lynsey G and Jayel Draco. Next, a chatty band of explorers encounter space vampires with a thirst for pop culture in “Skull Planet” by Patrick McEvoy and Olivia Pelaez. Eight new pages of Miguel Colón’s Lomack the Giant Warrior Angel find the big blue warrior recovering from wounds both physical and emotional. Then, a ravening horde devours everything in its path in a cycle without origins or endings in Gaston Genser’s “Thirst for Expansion.” Next, in “Beanstalk” from John Crowther and Jorge Luis Gabotto, a giant roams free in a modern city, but he’s not as destructive as one might expect. Melani Highwater thinks her world has ended with the disappearance of her sister…but her life as a superhero is just beginning in Quantum 1.2 by LaNada Peppers and James Mason. Then, an intrepid clown learns to face the dark with the help of their friends and some starry-eyed inspiration in “Twinkle, Skypainter” by yukidogzombie and Jayel Draco. in “Corollary” by Adam Rose, Robert Ahmad, and DC Hopkins, death for one twin means death for the other—until it doesn’t. The empire that unites Terra was won on the backs of massive, bloodthirsty drakes. See how it began in “Children of Gaia: The Ra’Avadhi,” co-created by Chris Covelli and Jayel Draco. Next, Ed the prize fighter found safety in Montana—but with telepathic gangsters out to find him, how long can he stay hidden? Find out in Bloom Squad, Part 2 by James Wayne Johnson and Marcelo Salaza. In “The Tower Calls” by Reed Hinckley-Barnes and Raymond Griffith, the end of a journey through space becomes the start of an adventure of the mind—and of the flesh. Then, in Ziegler Box, Part 3 by Chaka Brown Freeman, Vicente Alcázar, Greg Gallagher, and Nouri Zander, venture into the shadows, where vampires thrive in a system built to prey upon the weak. And finally, in the conclusion to PACK #3: Temperance by Lynsey G and Jayel Draco, one vigilante dog’s origins further unite the PACK—while one man’s true colors begin to divide the force.
The Origins Anthology’s 120 gorgeous pages will help you discover new worlds, explore old ones, and travel deep inside your own mind. They ask questions about how things start and how they conclude…and whether there’s really any difference at all.
Here’s what they’re saying:
“Like watching a slideshow of someone else’s dreams, the Origins anthology dips its toes in a host of different narratives and storytelling styles. If you’re looking for something a little different, a little new and very, very, indie, then check out the Origins anthology!”
—Morgan Quaid, Super Serious Comics
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