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Popular Last Week: Teen Reading

ArtCrumbs Featured Comics • Aug 1, 2022

Today's Popular Last Week contains stories of love, a magical necklace, school hi-jinks, and a mysterious story about two young women a century apart. There's something here for everyone to feel included!

1. Lesser Evils, 114 pages - Published by AWA Studios, (cc/ @WillGraves)

Welcome to Brooklyn Through the Looking Glass, where a golem with benefits, a spiraling genie, a demon who feeds on bad vibes, and a promising young mermaid collide with heartbroken, hard-living, hype-obsessed humans. Lesser Evils is a hilarious, pop culture-filled universe that explores what intimacy, spite, selflessness, and friendship mean today.

Story and Art by AWA Studios



2. Loved in Transition, 488 pages - Published by Sol Ish Niwa, (cc/ @Sol-Ish-Niwa)

When Cayden's girlfriend Larsa comes out to him as trans, he isn't entirely sure what to say, do, or think. But he's sure of one thing. He still loves Larsa regardless, and he wants to support him in every way he can through this transition-- though he does have to figure out what that means.

Story and Art by Sol Ish Niwa



3. School of Rejecks Series #1, 33 pages - Published by School of Rejecks, (cc/ @SchoolofRejecks)

School of Rejecks mission is to acknowledge social issues, challenging young adults in modern society. Striving to address topics of discrimination, bullying, body image, substance use and sexuality. This will enhance social awareness and reading literacy, while providing solutions. School of Rejecks characters depicts various mental and physical uniqueness, to promote self-confidence.

Story and Art by Matt Ryan



4. Boygirl, 917 pages - Published by GHOSTMAYA, (cc/ @ghostmaya)

Cris is a poor boy and full of debt. In order to pay it, he works very hard but it is still not enough. So his boss take that advantage and offer him that she will pay all of his debt by spying her daughter. So Cris accept the offer and disguise as a student of a prestigious school. Not to mention he disguises his self as a girl.

Story and Art by GHOSTMAYA



5. LADY-BIRD, 48 pages - Published by FairSquare Comics, (cc/ @FairSquareComics)

Two young women, living 100+ years apart, appear to be mysteriously connected, sharing the same super powers. But their goal is the same: freeing themselves from patriarchy, abuse and exploitation. Created by Fabrice Sapolsky (SPIDER-MAN NOIR). Co-written by Dawn J. Starr. Art by Daniele Sapuppo.

Story and Art by Daniele Sapuppo, Dawn J.Starr, Fabrice Sapolsky, Lissa



6. XII: Of Magic and Muses, 1038 pages - Published by Batichi's Books, (cc/ @kkiomall-evans)

Our mousy protagonist Willow lives in a mundane and restricted school, which ends up being the worst place someone could get gifted a magical necklace. Desperately trying to contain the magic within, this act of futility seems to just make matters worse. As the necklace crumbles the school’s secrets around her, Willow is left to wonder if it was a gift sent by friend or foe?

Story and Art by Batichi's Books