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    Joey Esposito, Kristopher White, Erica Schultz, Adam Pruett, Marc Andreyko, Sina Grace, Christian Beranek, Brandon Barrows, Josh Southall, Tio Lavranos, Vasilis K. Pozios, MD, Marguerite Sauvage, Scott Larson, John Gomes, Elizabeth Amber Love, Carolyn Belefski, David Seltzer,

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ISBN: 9781938720871

RISE: Comics Against Bullying #2

by: Joey Esposito, Kristopher White, Erica Schultz, Adam Pruett, Marc Andreyko, Sina Grace, Christian Beranek, Brandon Barrows, Josh Southall, Tio Lavranos, Vasilis K. Pozios, MD, Marguerite Sauvage, Scott Larson, John Gomes, Elizabeth Amber Love, Carolyn Belefski, David Seltzer,
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Stand up against bullying! Featuring all-new comics from Marc Andreyko (Batwoman), Sina Grace (Li’l Depressed Boy), Vasilis Pozios, Marguerite Sauvage (Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman), Kristopher White (Father Robot), and MANY more! Proceeds benefit organizations including GLAAD, Prism Comics, and Stand For The Silent.

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Adam Pruett letters and colors comics for other people. Sometimes he also writes and draws for the minicomix anthology series Gosh is Dead, the latest issue of which is super late. In addition, he is quite good at atrophying at his desk. Find out more at bigredh.net.
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Stand up against bullying! Featuring all-new comics from Marc Andreyko (Batwoman), Sina Grace (Li’l Depressed Boy), Vasilis Pozios, Marguerite Sauvage (Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman), Kristopher White (Father Robot), and MANY more! Proceeds benefit organizations including GLAAD, Prism Comics, and Stand For The Silent.

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ISBN: 9781938720871
Publisher: Northwest Press
Publish Date: 2015
Page Count: 48

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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 10 x 6.625 x .125 in

  1. “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

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    “’Discombobulated’ is set at a science fair at a school for super-genius kids. After the judge disses one too many of the projects presented by the students, one of them gives the judge a good schooling on encouraging kids instead of demeaning them and their efforts. It just made me want to stand up a cheer.” Read Patti Martinson’s whole review on Sequential Tart