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This strip [The Warrior Queen] was a bit of a gut punch due to how this fairy-tale plays out. The story builds up well to give the strip its emotional impact in the closing panels. I’m deliberately avoiding saying too much about the story as I don’t want to spoil the strip. The artwork plays well with the fairy-tale tone of the story particularly with the bright colors and sets. The lettering on the captions further emphasized the fairy-tale aspect in how they are presented. It’s a nice touch that works better than the standard caption design. A well executed strip that’s all about the ending.

Stephen Ward (irishcomicnews)

Alex Priest is pure delight, an unofficial sequel to Buffy in an engaging world of surprising depth and detail. It’s got action, romance, laughs, monsters, and all the other cool things that make life worth living.

Travis Holyfield (Street Clothes)

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Alex Priest
Paranormal fantasy adventure

Written by Jenn Arledge
Illustrated by Scott Malin
Edited by Natalie Cooper
Lettered by Davis Rush
Cover Artists: Scott Malin, Stella Violari, Jenn St-Onge, Missy Pina, Jeffrey Veregge, Emmett Helen

Avie’s Stories
Children’s Comic Collection

Written by Jenn Arledge
Cover Art by Sharron Arledge
Interiors: Charlotte Watson, Jay Goldstein, Annette Blank, Craig Dixon, Natalie Cooper, Veronica Azana, Melissa Capriglione, Emmett Helen

Black Gold
Historical Pirate Adventure

Written by Jenn Arledge
Interiors: Kellik, Gregory Woronchak, Bethany Varni
Lettered by Davis Rush
Edited by Natalie Cooper

Future Girl
All Ages Sci-Fi Superhero Adventure

Created by Ross Dannenberg
Written by Jenn Arledge
Interiors: Miranda Davila, Juli Crowder, Tanya Bobrowski, Melissa Capriglione, Nikki Sherman

The Great Witch Artemis
All-Ages Fantasy Graphic Novel

Written by Bryce Beal
Illustrated by Scott Malin
Edited by Jenn Arledge

The Martyrs
Post-Apocalyptic Mutant Special Ops

Written by Jenn Arledge
Illustrated by Rafa Lee
Cover Art by Gregory Woronchak and Micah Weltsch

Trial Run
All-Ages Superhero Anthology

Edited by Jenn Arledge
Cover art by Julia Hutchinson

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Officially founded in 2016, Arledge Comics started as an umbrella imprint to house Jenn’s numerous titles – ALEX PRIEST, BLACK GOLD, THE MARTYRS, and more. Since it’s inception, Arledge Comics has become the home of a number of anthologies, – including TRIAL RUN and MY KINGDOM FOR A PANEL – co-produced titles (FUTURE GIRL) and submitted works (THE GREAT WITCH ARTEMIS). Our mission is to create queer friendly comics for the whole family to enjoy – like Play-Doh, we’re fun for ages 2 – 99.

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Jenn Arledge | Founder | They/Them

Jenn Arledge is a comic writer and founder of Arledge Comics. Jenn’s credits span from the award-winning ALEX PRIEST series to all-ages titles like FUTURE GIRL (Pixabits) and historical adventures like BLACK GOLD.  They graduated from Central Washington University with degrees in English – focusing in British literature – and in philosophy – specializing in religious studies and focusing in pre-Christian literature. When they’re not reading or creating comic books, Jenn can be found at your local comic book convention talking about indie press and queer representation in comics.

Natalie Cooper | Editor-in-Chief | She/Her

Natalie “Nat” Cooper – editor of the award-winning series, ALEX PRIEST. (And BLACK GOLD and AVIE’S STORIES – and all Jenn’s bad ideas, too.) Editor only because people don’t recognize ‘Herculean Muse’ as an actual job title. When she’s not reading scripts – both comic and television – Nat spends her days catching them all as a real-life Pokemon master.

Sharron Arledge | Chief Administrative Officer | She/Her

Sharron Arledge attended the University of Washington studying social work. Now, she is a mental health advocate by day and a comic slinger by night. Sharron’s been working behind the scenes at Arledge Comics and was officially hired on as Jenn’s executive assistant Summer of 2018. When she’s not attending conventions or working, she enjoys heeding her call of duty and slaying zombies.

Zach Sherwood | Director of Operations | He/Him

Sometimes known as the assistant to the assistant: This distant descendant of Robin Hood has brought some much needed organization to the Arledge Comics chaos. Fulfilling Kickstarters is hard work, but Zach handles the mess with ease. 

Scott Malin | Principle Artist | He/Him

Scott Malin – artist of the award winning ALEX PRIEST series – may be fresh on the scene, but he’s been drawing since he first gripped a pencil. His style is a unique and flavorful take on manga, that he’s spent years honing, putting in countless hours to get to where he is today.

Diane Rockell | Flatter | She/Her

Diane Rockell is a bisexual queer lady originally hailing from Ipswich, England, but now resides in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon. She likes to create stories that speak from the heart. When not holed up in her local coffee shop writing and inhaling chai lattes, Diane spends most of her time helping her friends table at conventions, devouring tasty bagels, and sipping whiskey on the patio.

Kayla Moore | Content Writer | She/Her

Kayla Moore, otherwise known on the internet as, Kayla (big plot twist right there) hails from the hottest depths of the United States known to man as Arizona. She has spent over half her life writing novels and contributing to various blogs from AbsolutePunk, Oh No They Didn’t, to founding her own (now defunct) music journal, WeDon’tBuyYourMerch. When she isn’t lurking the internet, Moore can be found plotting and scripting her comic and novel, developing characters, or hoarding all the sweets in existence.

Chase LeFors | Graphic Designer | He/Him

Chase LeFors has pushed the boundaries of artistry and design since he was a small child. Having few influences as a child, LeFors challenged himself to design bigger and better things than were featured on the LEGO boxes he’d receive from family and friends. That passion stayed with him into adulthood, leading LeFors to pursue a career in graphic design. His work is eye catching and imaginative. In the future, LeFors dreams of opening a studio – showcasing his passions through his original work. An active community member, LeFors spends his free time working on local creative projects and training for community soccer games.