PREORDER – OPCA #13: Cohorts (Paperback)

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PREORDER Oneshi Press Comics Anthology #13: Cohorts

Release date: April 1, 2024

148 pages of short, creator-owned indie comics.

Companions. Conspirators. Copilots… Cohorts.

This epic collection of 18 short comics by 30 diverse creators from around the world explores the relationships we form along the way, whether they’re friends, foes, fuzzy in-betweens, and beyond.

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Companions. Conspirators. Copilots… Cohorts.

This epic collection of 18 short comics by 30 diverse creators from around the world explores the relationships we form along the way, whether they’re friends, foes, or fuzzy in-betweens.

We start with stunning cover art by James Groeling, followed by…  

Short Comics

  • An introduction where Jayel Draco and Lynsey G write, and James Groeling illustrates, an epic team-up between two indie comics collaborators that sends evil running.
  • In “The Life & Times of Bettie Mae & Suzie Joon” by Jayel Draco and Fell Hound, the roles of women changed forever during WWII…but for some, those changes weren’t enough to make them truly free.
  • “Cretaceous UFO” by Alex Pomorski asks: What’s the point of exploring the cosmos if you can’t meet some dinosaurs?
  • Kyle Lawrence and Zilson Costa’s “Br’er Rabbit in the Jazz Age Presents: Bam-BOOZE-Led” offers a new take on an old character, making him the antiracist superhero we’ve always longed for.
  • When seeking the cure to a curse, the help of a few friends can make all the difference…even if they don’t all get along in “Strange Pair: Healthy Habits” by Teknicolourful and Shadowind.
  • “Friends to the End” by Vincent Lekblad shows that some team-ups are only as strong as the task they’ve come together to accomplish.
  • Good and evil can look incredibly similar, depending on who’s telling the story. In “How She Came Into the World” by Enzo De Palma and Diego Albuquerque, it’s all about who you team up with.
  • In two short “Lynda Linda: Unlicensed Detective” comics by Charley Macorn and Phobia Solara, Lynda Linda meets a new frenemy, and Pat Nixon takes on a team of enemies.
  • “Oneshiverse: Cohorts” by Jayel Draco, Lynsey G, and Michel Abstracto asks: If a talking raccoon told you, “It’s not what it looks like!”…would you believe him? 
  • The ethereal art of “Minnesota Gothic” by Peter Taylor pits nature against an all-too-familiar evil.
  • Collaboration is the cornerstone of great music, great dancing, and epic comics, as KHLOARIS+Shaking Bad show in “Jade Tremba’s ‘Love the Way You Dub.'”
  • In “Bigger World: A Houwei Story” by James Quillen and Roger Targanski, even superheroes don’t always see the bigger picture of the work they do…until they team up.
  • Friends of convenience are still friends—especially when it’s time to fight the bad guys, in “Bloom Squad: Part 5” by James Wayne Johnson and Marcelo Salaza.
  • “Mating Season” by Matias Julio & Nogue posits that working with an ex in the void of space isn’t the best…but at least there are space whales.
  • In “Barrera” by Jacob Stewart, family is where you feel safe enough to dream, whether it’s family by blood or family by choice.
  • “Help Me, Bubbe!” by Seth Tamarkin and Deka takes the old adage, “the enemy of my enemy is my friend,” to entirely new places in this hilarious superhero escapade!
  • Two BFFs vie for the attention of a lovely lady…but in the end, it’s their friendship that they take home in “How to Court a Lady with Abby and Cassandra” by Vexx Vixen.
  • And finally, in “Children of Gaia: Cohorts” by Jayel Draco, Tess Langston, Shadowind, and Cardinal Rae, with great power comes great responsibility…but what’s most important is great trust in one’s cohorts.

Team up with Oneshi Press and enjoy the Cohorts Anthology!

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Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Dimensions 10.25 × 8.25 × .5 in

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