Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Ladies' Night Anthology Vol. 2: Death & Prom

If I have learned one thing in my experience as an editor of Ladies' Night Anthology, it is that making comics takes time. So much time, in fact, that it leaves few opportunities to actually write about comics (let alone read them). My blogging has slowed down significantly over the last year and I apologize; it has been too long. But if you are wondering what I have been up to lately besides life stuff in general, this might give you a hint:



It is not just the theme that has us filled with a sense of dread; our fundraising deadline is looming and we are still short of our goal. You only have until midnight today to support these independent creators! Even if you are unable to monetarily support our efforts, signal boosts are free and much appreciated. Here are a few previews to whet your appetite for the bloody, sweet, and sensational stories to come from Ladies' Night Anthology Vol. 2: Death & Prom. If you're ready to crown this anthology prom queen, head over to our indiegogo now!

Death and Prom cover by Sarah Benkin, LNA Vol. 2
Death & Prom cover by Sarah Benkin (final artwork pending)
Daddy Issues by Wendi Freeman and Sarah Benkin, LNA Vol. 2, Death and Prom
"Daddy Issues" By Wendi Freeman, art by Sarah Benkin


Satan by Kris Mackenzie and Brianna Parker, LNA Vol. 2, Death and Prom
"Satan" By Kris Mackenzie, art by Brianna Parker

Dead Technology by Megan Byrd and Lisa Kwon, robots in love, LNA Vol. 2, Death and Prom
"Dead Technology" by Lisa Kwon


Suitable by Summer Sparacin and Alice Urbino, LNA Vol. 2, Death and Prom
"Suitable" by Summer Sparacin, art by Alice Urbino

Waxing Sanguine by Rachel Simon and Emily Rosen, LNA Vol. 2, Death and Prom
“Waxing Sanguine” by Rachel Simon, art by Emily Rosen 


Night of the Living Mallory by Raven Moore and Ali Gator, LNA Vol. 2, Death and Prom
"Night of the Living Mallory" By Raven Moore, art by Ali Gator
Death and Prom, Ladies' Night Anthology vol. 2, Anissa Espinosa
Death & Prom print and tote bag design by Anissa Espinosa

And there's plenty more where that came from! With 60 plus pages of content, this barely scratches the surface of what is to come. $2 gets a digital copy and $10 and up gets you a physical copy of the anthology. Back our indiegogo while you still can!

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