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Reviews

“The Monster” (Jenn Arledge), a four-page tale that reads all too quick, interestingly becomes an economic masterpiece in its final panel. Arledge’s use of misdirection is memorable in a story made all the more unsettling by the cartoonish artwork (Mharz, Micah Weltsch). 

Kyle Malone (Comicbuzz.com)

Art [of The Great Witch Artemis] is amazing… deadpan humor is on point. It read like a cartoon, and I had fun on the ride.

John Horsley (Spoiler Country Podcast)

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About

Founded in 2016 by Chickasaw siblings, Arledge Comics started as a hobby and became the home of the critically acclaimed ALEX PRIEST. Since its inception, Arledge Comics has grown to include a number of anthologies, – including TRIAL RUN, MY KINGDOM FOR A PANEL, and STRANGE WATERS – and creator owned comics (like CREAM MAID and NO GOING BACK). Native founded, queer owned and operated: our mission is to create inclusive comics for the whole family to enjoy.


|Upcoming Shows|


Seattle Pride Fest – June 25, 2022
Kitsap Pride – July 23, 2022


|Appearances|

Emerald City Comic Con 2018, 2019, 2021
Oregon Coast Comic Con 2018
ClexaCon 2018, 2019
Wen-Con 2018 
VanCAF 2018, 2019
Lilac City Comic Con 2018, 2019
Destiny City Comics and Arts Festival 2018
Washington State Summer Con 2021
FlameCon 2019
Renton City Comic Con 2019
Rose City Comic Con 2018
Olympic Collectibles Expo 2017, 2018
Fantastacon 2017
Lake City Comic Con 2019
Central City Comic Con 2018
Geek Girl Con 2018, 2019
Jet City Comic Show 2017, 2018, 2019
Grit City Comic Show 2021

|Panels|

Self-Publishing: Taking your Idea from Concept to Comic. (Jet City Comic Show 2017)
Asexual Representation in Comics (Emerald City Comic Con 2018)
Publishing Indie Comics (Wen-Con 2018)
Indigenous Futurisms in Comics (Emerald City Comic Con 2019)
Indigeneity in Comics (VanCAF 2019)

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