Rise: Comics Against Bullying #1
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RISE: Comics Against Bullying #1

3 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(3 customer reviews)

$2.99$4.99

We all have a place where we belong. Featuring all-new stories from Howard Chaykin (American Flagg), Marc Guggenheim (Arrow), Chris Roberson & Dennis Culver (Edison Rex), Adam P. Knave (Amelia Cole), Jed Dougherty (World’s Finest), and many more! Proceeds benefit organizations including GLAAD, Prism Comics, and Stand For The Silent.

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Product Description

We all have a place where we belong. Featuring all-new stories from Howard Chaykin (American Flagg), Marc Guggenheim (Arrow), Chris Roberson & Dennis Culver (Edison Rex), Adam P. Knave (Amelia Cole), Jed Dougherty (World’s Finest), and many more! Proceeds benefit organizations including GLAAD, Prism Comics, and Stand For The Silent.

48 pages, color.

Additional Information

Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 10 x 6.625 x .125 in

3 reviews for RISE: Comics Against Bullying #1

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    “And the uplifting message behind Rise is that whatever seems to be stacked against us, we can all find a place we belong and we can all write our own tale of triumph. This is a comic and a project well worth your support.” Read the whole review on Broken Frontier

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    “Here’s two anthology issues featuring a variety of writers and artists, from the mainstream and well known, to the very alternative and obscure telling largely poignant stories about issues of bullying. Most comic fans are aware of names like Marc Guggenheim, Howard Chaykin, Marc Andreyko, Sina Grace & Chris Roberson, but there are many other writers and artists involved in these two issues that grabbed my attention with their work here.” Read the whole review on Coverless Reviews

  3. 3 out of 5

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    “’Treehouse of Solitude’ is my favorite out of the bunch. It deals with a teen girl named Abigail who has a crush on a boy. When she overhears him talking about dressing up as a superhero, she is thrilled and runs off to finish her own superheroine costume. Needless to say, she winds up being ridiculed and runs away, but meets someone else who has a different viewpoint. I just loved how this was drawn and colored—it so very much looks like a TN cartoon in the best way possible. Abigail is an extremely appealing character, and I liked how she found a kindred spirit who is also into superheroes. It just made me warm and fuzzy all over.” Read Patti Martinson’s whole review on Sequential Tart

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