Hello Barkada Comics are made possible in part by our Barkada Backers and by those who've purchased items from our online shop. Help us extend this opportunity to more emerging and established cartoonists in 2024 by backing our crowdfund or buying from our online shop.
"Bad Questions!" by Julie Fiveash
April 19, 2023
Nonbinary Diné cartoonist, zinester, and librarian Julie Fiveash shares a story about existing abundantly in the face of limited thinking.
"I Just Need a Pad" by FeliceY
January 27, 2023
Caribbean American comic artist and illustrator FeliceY shares a story about coming of age as a nonbinary person.
"Reminder to Self" by Nicky Rodriguez
July 15, 2022
Queer Puerto Rican comic artist, flatter, and colorist Nicky Rodriguez tackles reclaiming agency while dealing with chronic pain.
"Solitude" by Hab Oh
April 8, 2022
Multidisciplinary artist Hab Oh meditates on sitting with, not avoiding, stillness and solitude.
"Inner Child" by Lawrence Lindell
February 11, 2022
Multidisciplinary artist Lawrence Lindell illustrates the joy and draw of reconnecting with a pastime.
January 5, 2022
We're wishing you a happy new year with our first micro-press effort: A 16-page zine featuring the first print reproductions of our 2021 comics series as well as original illustrated works by founder Christine Pasalo Norland!
"Changing Love Languages" by Breena Nuñez
December 17, 2021
Comics artist, zinester, and educator Breena Nuñez illustrates how one can draw validation and voice from their barkada.
"To My Husband" by Tatum Begay
November 30, 2021
Navajo disabled creator, illustrator, and digital comic artist Tatum Begay reflects on the person who reminds her daily that she is more than her illness.
"Family Reunions" by Angel Trazo
October 23, 2021
Filipina American illustrator and author Angel Trazo shares a story about reunions.
"Family" by Maxi Rodriguez
September 26, 2021
We're excited to introduce our comic strip series! Each installment will feature a different emerging or established cartoonist. In this first story, Latina body-positivity cartoonist Maxi Rodriguez of KasutoProductions shares her perspective on the idea of family.
Each cartoonist is commissioned to contribute a comic to this series. Help us open the opportunity to more emerging and established comic artists in 2024! Please consider contributing $10 or more to our crowdfund today.
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