Comics are for Everyone vinyl sticker
Perfect for your car, your laptop, or anywhere else you want to let people know you support diversity in comics!
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Little David by: David Cantero $4.99
From the mischievous mind of David Cantero comes Little David, an exploration of all the ways kids become part of a family, from same-sex parents to in-vitro fertilization to adoption to step-parents. Meet Little David and all his Little friends as they ask questions, make jokes, and figure out that they’re not really that different after all.
The Power Within by: Charles “Zan” Christensen, Mark Brill, Donna Barr, Matthew Clark, Phil Jimenez, Andy Mangels, Carla Speed McNeil, Dan Parent, Greg Rucka, Stephen Sadowski, Gail Simone, $2.99 – $4.99
A comic book tackling the subject of teen bullying and suicide, written by Charles “Zan” Christensen and drawn by Mark Brill.
Shannon gets picked on a lot; his dad and teachers think he should just “fit in” more, but that doesn’t help. So Shannon escapes into a super-powered alter-ego whenever he’s in a bad situation. But will the power within be enough to save him?
In addition to the main story, the book contains bonus pages by a collection of comics industry heavyweights, including Gail Simone (Wonder Woman, Birds of Prey), Phil Jimenez (New X-Men, Wonder Woman), Greg Rucka (Detective Comics, Gotham Central), Matthew Clark (Outsiders, Wonder Woman), Stephen Sadowski (JSA, Warlord of Mars), Dan Parent (Archie, Kevin Keller), Donna Barr (The Desert Peach), Andy Mangels (Gay Comics, Iron Man: Beneath the Armor) and Carla Speed McNeil (FINDER).
Copies of The Power Within are available free of charge to youth services organizations and teachers’ groups. Please contact us by email to request copies. The book contains discussion questions so that the book can be used as a tool to start a conversation about issues of bullying and harassment.
Review at Gay.com by Jase Peeples — “Moved by the rash of suicides committed by bullied LGBT teens last year, Christensen and Brill took it upon themselves to create a story they hope will reach others in a way only comics can.”
Interview on Tacoma KOMO — “Imagine a world in which bullied teens are protected by muscled superheroes. It sounds fantastic, but this is exactly the world Zan Christensen and Mark Brill have created in a new comic intended to help teens cope with bullying and harassment in school.”
Queer Creatures Tote by: Dave Davenport, David Kelly, Diego Gómez, Justin Hall, Rick Worley, Steve MacIsaac, Victor Hodge, Nicole J. Georges, Annie Murphy, Carlo Quispe, Dylan “NDR” Edwards, Ed Luce, Howard Cruse, Ivan Velez, Jr., Jennifer Camper, Rob Kirby, Tyler Cohen, Maurice Vellekoop, Alison Bechdel, Ellen Forney, Roberta Gregory, Tara Avery, Tony Breed, Sina Grace, Ajuan Mance, Elizabeth Beier, Gengoroh Tagame, Katie Fricas, Mary Wings, Megan Rose Gedris, Melanie Gillman, Patrick Fillion, Rachael House, Rachel Dukes, Rica Takashima, Robert Triptow, Rupert Kinnard, Sara Lautman, Sophia Foster-Dimino, Sophie Yanow, $20.00
These spectacular, limited-edition 15″x16″ canvas tote bags feature “Queer Creatures” art donated by 40 LGBTQ cartoonists. All proceeds after production cost will help fund the Queers & Comics Conference, series, the most recent of which took place April 14-15, 2017 at California College of the Arts in San Francisco.
These totes are in short supply and were brisk sellers at the event, so please order yours today!
Thank you to all the contributing artists!
Sale!Pride Postcards by: Bishakh Som, John Curtis Jennison, Jr., J. Tana Ford, Diego Gómez, Sina Grace,
We created this set of six postcards as a way to celebrate Pride in 2020, while we’ve all been practicing social distancing, working from home, and taking extra care to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe. Pride Postcards are a way that each of us can send colorful images of Pride to people we care about, all over the country and stay in touch.