We just published three new standalone comics/omnibus collections from Gabriella "Coco" Wyatt, Tyreise Swain and Krysta Morningstarr*-Cox! You can grab yours now by clicking the links to the right.
Any Way But Straight and The Anthology of an Artist features all the individual comics we have published in our Queer Prisoner's Comic Anthologies as well as tons more original content! Hope is the first of an eleven part series featuring the adventures of a trans woman superhero fighting for the rights of our LGBTQ community!
Any Way But Straight
$25.00 - $35.00
Any Way But Straight is an omnibus collection by Gabriella "Coco" Wyatt (author of Shades of Grey, A.B.O. Comix: A Queer Prisoner's Anthology Vol 1-4) featuring 10 of her comic series and a gallery of artwork.
Coco is a self-taught, transgender artist who is currently-incarcerated in Louisiana. She has been producing underground comics for over two decades and this is her first solo publication.
This book contains nudity and sexual acts, and is intended for mature audiences only.
Hope: Rise of a Trans Woman Superhero
$10.00 - $20.00
"A Trans Superhero Rises..."
Hope: Rise of a Trans Woman Superhero Volume 1 is the first of a series of comics based around our hero and protector of the LGBTQ community, Hope. In this edition, we are introduced to Hope and her backstory, along with the daring and brave steps she takes to protect queer and transgender community members from horrific hate crimes. Hope will inspire a new generation of LGBTQ people to find happiness, security and safety.
Part 1 of a new series!
Anthology of An Artist
$15.00 - $25.00
The Anthology of an Artist is a manga-style compilation of comics, artwork and prose by Krysta Marie Morningstarr*Cox. It chronicles the tales of an incarcerated trans woman in a Texas men's facility and the incredible life story she has lived. This book features comics published across several editions of A.B.O. Comix's A Queer Prisoners Anthology Volume 1-4 and Confined Before COVID19, as well as other original comics and pieces of art.
A.B.O. Comix: A Queer Prisoner's Anthology Volume 4 is available now! The fourth volume of our comic book series features stories created by over 50 queer and trans prisoners that details life on the inside. This 374 page, full color magnum opus features comics and art from many of our Edition 1-3 contributors, as well as a ton of new artists.
The A.B.O Comix anthology is a raw, authentic look into prison life from a queer perspective. This book features accomplished cartoonists and first time doodlers in an effort to amplify the voices of all LGBTQ prisoners we are able. Proceeds from this anthology go back to the contributors so that they can access commissary & gender affirming items, healthcare and legal support.
Protest Art: Broadway in Oakland features hundreds of photographs of the beautiful street art, murals and graffiti that appeared in our hometown the day after Juneteenth 2020.
Proceeds are donated to LGBTQ and POC in prison.
Confined Before COVID19: A Pandemic Anthology by Queer Prisoners features comics, artwork, poetry and short stories about how the pandemic is affecting people inside prisons nationwide.
We took submissions through the month of April and compiled the book in May 2020. You can now get your copy asap!
Sales of this anthology will help purchase emergency hygiene and sanitary supplies for LGBTQ people experiencing incarceration.
Please help us raise funds for Jeferson and his support system by checking out our new GoFundMe Fundraiser.
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We just rolled out a new penpals portion of our website where you can find someone in prison to write to! Pick up a pen and get a new friend!
ABO Comix Volume III now available for sale!
Thank you to KQED for featuring us in this wonderful article showcasing some of our work!
We won San Diego Comic-Con! Well, we won Prism Comic's (big gay) award for Best Anthology! Thank you to our beloved queer comic community for this fabulous honor. We will work hard to continue to make you proud!
Check out our new Headquarters at Classic Cars West in Oakland!
We had an amazing month long queer prisoner's art show in January 2020 at Classic Cars West in Oakland! Hope you were able to join us!
Pick up a copy of Razorcake (#111) and Streetwise (Vol. 27) for interviews and articles featuring ABO Comix!
We are excited to announce that A.B.O. Comix has recently been awarded grants from our friends at The California Arts Council, The Horizons Foundation, The Resist Foundation and the Tegan and Sara Foundation. Our utmost thanks to these organizations for their support as ABO Comix continues to grow and thrive! We will be using these grants to continue and better our work with providing platforms for those in need.
Your continued allyship is always greatly appreciated. Please consider making a donation to A.B.O. Comix or becoming one of our Patrons if you are able.
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