Some wars are for religion and some are for political belief, but this one is for football.

After her city wins the Super Bowl for the first time, Tea is separated from her friend during a riot and joins a small clique fighting its way through armed groups of football fanatics to meet a star receiver that just might end the civil war or become the city’s new oppressive leader. 

Winner of the 2021 Eisner Award for “Best Single Issue.”

60 full-color pages; 8.5” x 11”; SRP: $15.00 (softcover), $29.99 (hardcover)
ISBN 978-1-945509-67-4; Diamond: SEP211765 (softcover)
ISBN: 978-1-945509-55-1; Diamond: SEP211766 (hardcover)
Originally Published by Koyama Press; Silver Sprocket Edition Fall 2021

“Some may see the events of Sports is Hell as too on the nose, but considering that anything can happen these days, the comic is an engaging read. I finished it in one eager sitting. It is a possible, if however uncomfortable and fantastic, what if.”

“Amid the story’s chaos and the exhausting noise of politics today, Sports Is Hell provides an unexpected clarity on the complex schisms of modern American culture while serving up a ton of laughs.”

Moe Abbas, Broken Frontier

“A lacerating, darkly hilarious howl against racism, sports fandom, and tribalism in general by an artist with a distinct and necessary vision.”

Thomas L. Batten, Library Journal

“A dead-on parody of the good-and-evil, triumph-and-tragedy narratives fostered by organized sports.”

Etelka Lehoczky, NPR