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Kate Beaton

Kate Beaton is a Canadian cartoonist who appeared in the comics scene in 2007 with her online work Hark! A Vagrant! Since then, she has become a fan favourite and has garnered a significant following, with illustrations appearing in places like the New Yorker, Harper’s, and Marvel’s Strange Tales anthology. Her …read more

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Lisa Hanawalt

Lisa is the production designer/producer of BoJack Horseman, an original animated series for Netflix. Her first book with Drawn & Quarterly, My Dirty Dumb Eyes, was published in 2013. She grew up in Palo Alto, California, and graduated from UCLA in 2006. She writes and illustrates a regular column for Lucky Peach …read more

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Sean Phillips

Drawing comics professionally since the age of fifteen, Eisner Award winning Sean Phillips has worked for all the major comics publishers. Since drawing Sleeper, Hellblazer, Batman, X-Men, Marvel Zombies, and Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, Sean has concentrated on creator-owned books including Criminal, Incognito, Seven Psychopaths and Fatale. He’s currently …read more

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Duncan Fegredo

Duncan Fegredo made his debut in US comics with Kid Eternity, a book he decided to paint in full colour for no better reason than “everybody else was doing it.” This was followed by number of works with Peter Milligan for DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint including the critically acclaimed Enigma. …read more

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MariNaomi

MariNaomi has been making autobio comics since 1997. She’s the author and illustrator of the SPACE Prize-winning graphic memoir Kiss & Tell: A Romantic Resume, Ages 0 to 22 (Harper Perennial, 2011), the Eisner-nominated Dragon’s Breath and Other True Stories (2dcloud/Uncivilized Books, 2014), her self-published Estrus Comics (1998 to 2009), …read more

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Michel Rabagliati

With his six books, Michel Rabagliati is an essential figure in the comics scene of Quebec. Michel Rabagliati was born in 1961 in Montreal, where he grew up in the Rosemont neighbourhood. Having developed an interest in typography, he studied graphic design and in 1988 moved into freelance illustration. Since …read more

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MASSIVE GOODS

MASSIVE GOODS produces comics, inspired apparel and merchandise based on queer and gender forward manga mainly from Japan. Our artists include gay luminaries such as Gengoroh Tagame and JIRAIYA, as well as the controversial “pussy kayak” artist known as ROKUDENASHIKO.

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Northwest Press

Since 2010, Northwest Press has been publishing a full line of graphic novels, collections, and comics that feature an assortment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender characters.

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Nobrow

Nobrow burst into existence in late 2008 as the joint creative endeavour of two friends and ex-St Martin’s alumni: Sam Arthur and Alex Spiro. Since its inception Nobrow Ltd. has sought to make great design, ground-breaking art and narrative, luscious production values and environmental consciousness central to its mission. We …read more

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Chromatic Press Inc.

Chromatic Press is an independent publisher of original comics, light novels, and audio dramas in English for women and men across the globe. Chromatic titles are serialized in the online, multimedia magazine Sparkler Monthly and then collected into ebooks, audiobooks, and print versions.

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