Hello! I'm Cathy Leamy, and I love making comics! Take a look below for my print comics, online comics, and mailing list for news.
Half giggles, half introspection, all comics! This humor anthology bounces from topic to topic and back again: Dreams, religion, self-esteem, acne, punchbuggy, and more!
Sure, diabetes can lead to some bad-news health problems, but did you know that one of them is erectile dysfunction?! This humor minicomic gives you the info on what diabetes is, how it can lead to woody issues, and what you can do to reduce your risk. Appropriate for guys and for dick aficionados of all kinds!
Check it! You can preview the whole thing online!
16pp, $2.50 (includes shipping)
Plenty of "how to make your life more green" resources out there, but what's a topic that they tend to avoid? Greener ways of handling your period! This nonfiction mini gives you the basics of several eco-friendly alternative products as well as facts about the menstrual cycle and discussion about why this is a relevant issue. Appropriate for teens and up, lots of little cartoons and jokes, good reading for girls and guys alike!
12pp, $2.00 (includes shipping)
It's diary comic time! If you like Geraniums and Bacon, you'll love this day-to-day lite version of autobio comics. Includes strips originally published on my Metrokitty blog plus three bonus strips only available in print!
16pp, $2.00 (includes shipping)
Gwar performed in my hometown, and even though I'm the wimpiest little girl and not even a huge fan of hardcore metal, I went to the show. What? It's Gwar! And then I created a minicomic about it.
16pp, tiny-sized, $1.00 (includes shipping)
Fun in the sea with Reggie the little fisherman and his merman pal Brian! Reggie is saddled with a crummy nickname by the fishing boss - can Brian help him find a way to get rid of it? Boats, barnacles, and waves galore in this all-ages mini - suitable for kids and good times for grown-ups too
20pp, $3.50 (includes shipping)
Women of Marvel: Celebrating Seven Decades: For this fun collection starring Marvel Comics' women characters, my pal Jeph York and I collaborated on historical research and writing introductions for each decade. If you want to know where Psylocke and Ms. Marvel fit into history with Rosie the Riveter and Billie Jean King, this is the book for you.
Womanthology: Yeah, the Kickstarter phenom comics anthology highlighting women creators! I teamed up as an artist with writer Lisa Fortuner for a colorful four-page story about alter egos, love, ray guns, and kicking the poop out of robots in space.
Inbound: I'm a long-time member of the comics collective Boston Comics Roundtable and contribute to their comics anthology, Inbound. Look for my double-identity story "unWendy" in Inbound #2, my tale of Boston's world-famous burlesque theater "The Old Howard" in Inbound #4 - A Comic History of Boston (also adapted as a short radio drama by WBUR's Radio Boston!), and my two-page giggle at a nutty English tradition "Chase That Cheese!" in Inbound #5.
I Saw You...: The Craigslist Missed Connections-inspired anthology I Saw You... has my one-page comic "Hello There Doctor Love" (aka, the one about the colonoscopy).
The Girls' Guide to Guys' Stuff: An anthology of guy-inspired comics by women published by Friends of Lulu, The Girls' Guide to Guys' Stuff has my short comic "Who Loves Neckties?" (spoiler alert: it's me, I like neckties!).
And Don't Forget the Droids: The third in a series of Star Wars fan comic anthologies by indy comics creators, this issue includes my little story "Found in Translation", which reveals that R2D2 might not exactly be the most awesome coworker ever.
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