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Image Comics
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6.6 X 10.1 X 0.7 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author

Julio Anta is an author from Miami, FL known for his comic book series Home. He currently resides in New York City, where he works to tell narratively rich stories about diverse Latinx characters for readers of all ages. This is his debut graphic novel.

Lisa Sterle is a Columbus artist with work spanning from comic books to concept design to pop-culture-fueled illustration. Her work is often bright, expressive, and occasionally tinged with horror-- marrying her two favorite themes: the beautiful and the grotesque. She has worked with HarperCollins, IDW, Image, Archie Comics, Vault Comics, BOOM! Studios, and many others. She is the co-creator of monthly comics Long Lost and Submerged (Vault Comics), and Witchblood (Vault comics), as well as creator of The Modern Witch Tarot Deck, a modern and diverse interpretation of the classic Rider-Waite tarot deck. Currently she is working on the graphic novel Squad with writer Maggie Tokuda-Hall for Greenwillow Books.

HOMETOWN: Columbus, OH


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"A potent reminder that while fiction can ultimately do very little to alter the horror outcomes of reality, it can at least offer solace in the guise of revisionist-and cathartic-fantasy." -Comicon.com

"An extremely beautifully written book, and it doesn't shy from issues that are close to home. It is going to make you feel uncomfortable at times and some art is meant to challenge you." -Major Spoilers

"The story we need right now. It's great to see a tale told from a marginalized group's perspective in the comic book medium." -Monkeys Fighting Robots

"You very much feel drawn into the story, and the added wrinkle in the last act will definitely hook you." -Black Nerd Problems