1. Hi! I’m sorry you haven’t gotten your books yet. Unfortunately some books fall through the cracks, so please email me your name and I’ll double check my records and send your books along! maplekeycomics@gmail.com

    All the best,

    Joyana

  2. counterintuitivecomics:

My Headspace prints are up for order on my Counterintuitive Comics Store!  I made these babies to promote radical self-acceptance by surrounding yourself with shame-deprogramming.  Get ‘em while they last, and don’t forget to check out my Headspace and Space Kitchen series every issue of maplekeycomics!

Beautiful prints from Laurel Lynn Leake’s mental health column in Maple Key Comics

    counterintuitivecomics:

    My Headspace prints are up for order on my Counterintuitive Comics Store!  I made these babies to promote radical self-acceptance by surrounding yourself with shame-deprogramming.  Get ‘em while they last, and don’t forget to check out my Headspace and Space Kitchen series every issue of maplekeycomics!

    Beautiful prints from Laurel Lynn Leake’s mental health column in Maple Key Comics

    Reblogged from: counterintuitivecomics
  3. lickspittlecomics:

    Alright! The first Rigel and the Star Teens story in full color! The website is up, and updates will happen every Monday and Friday!

    Another shameless Maple Key Plug: if you want to read ahead in the Star Teens, buy the first two issues of Maple Key here!

    You can now read Rigel and the Star Teens in COLOR and online! Hot dog!

    Reblogged from: lickspittlecomics
  4. thulsadude:

    mixtapecomics:

    maplekeycomics:

    Fresh new Maple Key Comics in the shop!

    I might be preaching to the choir here, but let me tell you folks a little bit about Maple Key Comics via the official press release. (Bold emphasis: mine.)

    We are thrilled to announce the arrival of Maple Key Comics issue twoMaple Key Comics is a bimonthly comics anthology featuring the work of indie comics notables, combining the eclectic appeal of manga monthlies like Shonen Jump with the edgy aesthetics of minicomics.

    The inaugural issue of Maple Key Comics debuted at MoCCA 2014 and included indie cartoonists: Jon Chad (Leo Geo), Sasha Steinberg (StonewallQueerotica), Sophie Goldstein (Best American Comics 2013), and Rachel Dukes (Adventure TimeGarfield), among many other up-and-coming indie cartoonists.

    The June/July installment of Maple Key Comics is  a packed 268-pages, available in print ($15) and digital ($6) formats via the Maple Key Comics website. This second issue includes stories by indie comics vetrans: Jon ChadSophie GoldsteinSasha SteinbergNicole GeorgesCenter for Cartoon Studies graduates: Bill “Billage” BedardLaurel HoldenLuke HowardJosh LeesJoyana McDiarmidDan RinyloIris YanLaurel Lynn LeakeCarl AntonowiczAdam Whittier; and many more.

    Maple Key Comics is independently produced, printed, and distributed by Center for Cartoon Studies alum and 2014 Expozine winner Joyana McDiarmid. The first two issues of Maple Key Comics were funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign in February 2014. For full solicitation and ordering information, visit www.maplekeycomics.com

    Maple Key is one of my favourite ongoing anthologies out there. I recently went up to MeCAF to help promote it and was completely honest in my pitch, saying ”[Maple Key] has tomorrows cartoonists superstars, today!”

    The first two issues were funded by Kickstarter but, starting now, the book will need to be self-sustaining, with the sales of issues one and two to pay for three, then three for four and so on. If you want to get in on the ground floor of something wonderful, or if you simply want to read nearly 300 pages of some wonderful freaking comics, you should totally go check out Maple Key Comics #2. You won’t regret it!

    YEAH YEAH YEAH

    Reblogged from: thulsadude
  5. Fresh new Maple Key Comics in the shop!

    Fresh new Maple Key Comics in the shop!

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