Our 6th collection of immersive, progressive, gorgeous, and super-spooky indie comics is here at last! “Oneshi Press Anthology #06” is available in limited-edition trade paperback, so get your print copy before it sells out! … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #06 Is HERE!
Deep down, Tracy Queen just wants what we all want—world domination. And every #Inktober image of her badassery gets her one step closer to that humble goal. So draw Tracy Queen for #Inktober, and get your work published in her graphic novel! Read on for all the details… … Continue readingDraw Tracy Queen for Inktober & Get Published!
We’re howling at the moon! After a year and a half of publishing our comics anthologies, Oneshi Press is proud to announce that our very first standalone comic book—PACK #1: Humility—is now available at the Oneshi Press Store! … Continue reading“PACK #1: Humility” Is HERE!
“Comics that raise pressing social issues can give readers the space to engage critically, as well as to dream differently. When we cannot solve our problems with the same old strategies, the situation calls for more imagination.”—Lucas Peverill … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Artist Lucas Peverill
It is with great Humility that we announce that, as of 6:00 p.m. on June 5…our first standalone comic book in the PACK series is FUNDED! Now, on to the stretch goals! … Continue readingPACK #01: Humility Is FUNDED!
The submission deadline for our sixth gorgeous, immersive, progressive, creator-owned, indie comics anthology is almost here! This one is going to be spoopy AF. So here’s everything you need to know about sending us your best work by June 1. … Continue readingOneshi Press Calls for Submissions, Seeks Spooky, Progressive Short Comics
“For me, no matter what the medium the story is told [in], be it book, movie, comic, or video game, the most important thing is a good story with good characters. If I hate the story or the characters, I’m not going to want to finish it and will feel dirty if I paid money for it.”—A.M. Paulson … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer A.M. Paulson
“A lot more goes into it than you think! You have to think about what the business wants. What their story is. If they have individual projects that they’re working on. How you cater to specific audiences. How to tell their story with journalism. Social media is a form of journalism.” … Continue readingMeet Kameron, Oneshi Press’s Social Media Intern
Sign in to Jayel Draco’s Twitch channel around 9:00 p.m. MST on Thursday, March 8, 2018 to ask Jayel and Lynsey G. all your burning questions, chat with other viewers in real time, and learn all about what’s happening at your favorite indie publishing company! … Continue readingQ&A! Q&A! Q&A! (Thursday, March 8, 2018)
March 1 is the deadline for Oneshi Press Anthology #05, which will be published on July 1, 2018. That will make the one-year anniversary of our anthologies, and trust us, you’ll want to be a part of this one! We take comics about just about anything, as long as it incorporate our three guiding principles: Progressive. Immersive. Gorgeous. … Continue readingThe Deadline Approaches!
Writers and sequential artists are invited to submit 8-page works that draw readers into richly developed worlds. The Press is also seeking submissions of visual art from fine artists, and guest art of Oneshi Press characters. … Continue readingOneshi Press Calls for Submissions, Seeks to Elevate Marginalized Voices
A week and a half after the launch of Oneshi Press Anthology #03 in limted-edition paperback, we’re launching the digital version of this collection of short comics in e-book from ComiXology! … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #03 Now on ComiXology!
Brendan Rowe is a writer of comics, including two short comics in two issues of the Oneshi Press Anthology. Brendan’s talent for telling riveting stories that turn comic book tropes upside down and make readers question their assumptions impresses us, so we spoke to him about his heroes, inspirations, and ideas. … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Brendan Rowe
PACK is a gritty comic book about canine vigilantes with humane hearts, and zero tolerance for crimes against the innocent on the streets of Brooklyn. … Continue readingOur Graphic Novels, Part 2: PACK