“Trinkets,” written by Lynsey G and illustrated by Eldkrind, is out now as a standalone digital download from the Oneshi Press store! … Continue readingIntroducing “Trinkets”—An 8-Page Children of Gaia Comic
“A Tale of Good Intentions” is a short comic written by Patricia Loupee and illustrated by Amy Hay. We talked to Patricia and Amy about this story, their character Nightmist, and their inspirations. … Continue readingAn Interview With “A Tale of Good Intentions” Creators Patricia Loupee and Amy Hay
2019 begins with our 7th collection of immersive, progressive, gorgeous, comics! “Oneshi Press Anthology #07” is out now in limited-edition trade paperback! … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #07 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
“I think the most useful way of approaching writing comic scripts is to think of them as an invitation to collaborate. They aren’t like screenplays or plays, but more about rough ideas and collaboration and conversations between artist and writer.”—Ryan Haack … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Ryan Haack
“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
Regardless of the story or the events therein, I think it’s important to have “real” characters. They don’t have to be good, they don’t have to be bad, but there needs to be at least one character with whom the reader can sympathize.
—Christopher Matusiak … Continue readingAn Interview With Comics Writer Christopher Matusiak