A bisexual, polyamorous love story for the modern era. Hazel is already in a happy relationship when she meets Argent, a dominatrix who’s sweet and tender outside of the bedroom. Sugar Town is a fun, colorful comic about a young woman’s journey through the delights and challenges of multiple lovers.

204 pages, color and gold foil color with b&w interior
6.63″ x 10.24″; SRP: $20.00;
ISBN: 978-1513600123 DIAMOND: NOV201515
Published 2020

“Debut editor Newlevant brings obscured voices to the fore in this groundbreaking reflection on what promises to be the century’s defining art form.”

Publishers Weekly

“One of the best queer inclusive feminist books currently on the market.”

― Calliope Jennings, B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog

“Definitely great for fans of comics like In Real Life. I’d recommend checking it out.”

― Kimber Vale, The Book Ramble

“Like a well-designed game, Chainmail Bikini sets forth a straightforward premise and then challenges as it delights, capturing your imagination and before you know it, you’ll find yourself invested in it.”

My Entertainment World

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“. . . Even as a non-gamer, I found a number of thought-provoking concepts presented, most revolving around the idea of using imagination to reinvent oneself, of fantasy as a valuable tool for change or discovery.”

― Johanna Draper Carlson, Comics Worth Reading

“I can say having read many anthologies . . . this is one of the best curated ones I’ve read. It feels balanced and diverse, opening its doors to so many perspectives yet never feeling like a madhouse of whatever is out there.”

― Justin Wood, Comic Bastards

“If you have a chance to get your hands on a copy somehow, I highly recommend you get it and experience this beautiful piece for yourselves.”

That One Comic Guy

“Overall, this anthology is pretty solid.”

― Sarah Richardson, Women Write About Comics