Molly Ostertag



A Love Letter From Creators: Preview A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz Out This Week

Who doesn’t love Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts? 2015 has been a Peanuts celebration due to its 65th anniversary, but BOOM! Studios imprint KaBOOM! is taking things to a new level. The world’s best-known names in comics, children’s books, comic strips, cartoons, and webcomics are coming together to show their love for Shulz with A Tribute […]

Female Gamers Unite! Chainmail Bikini Features Over 40 Comic Creators

Calling all female gamers! An awesome project is coming, edited by Hazel Newlevant (If This Be Sin), and featuring comics by Molly Ostertag, Yao Xiao, Annie Mok, Jane Mai, Mia Schwartz, and Carey Peitsch, and groundbreaking game developers Anna Anthropy and Merritt Kopas called Chainmail Bikini. [Cover by Hellen Jo] Chainmail Bikini is an anthology […]


Top Shelf Adds Strong Female Protagonist To Its Publishing Line

Top Shelf has announced that it’s adding Brennan Lee Mulligan and Molly Ostertag’s webcomic Strong Female Protagonist to their distribution family. The hit webcomic that has been running since 2012 had a successful Kickstarter campaign allowing the creators to self=publish and have Top Shelf distribute. With superstrength and invulnerability, Alison Green used to be one […]

SPX Debuts – A Mysterious Cult And A Greek Myth Come To Life In Bacchanalia

SVA graduate Molly Ostertag, the artist on the successfully Kickstarted print version of the webcomic Strong Female Protagonist, now picked up by Top Shelf, produced a striking new comic as part of her senior thesis at SVA: Bacchanalia. I had the good fortune to look at some of the original pages at an SVA open […]

SPX Debuts -Terrestrial: A Fantasy Comics & Illustration Anthology

Amanda Scurti writes: Terrestrial is an Earth-themed fantasy comics & illustration anthology. Provided with only the word “Earth” to begin their work, each artist has cultivated an immersive, unique piece that encompasses the natural and fantastical through visual storytelling. We have 18 artists of all different genders and nationalities contributing this round. After departing from […]


School of Visual Arts Seniors Graduate Today – Preview The Comics Of Tomorrow!

The School of Visual Arts Department of Illustration and Cartooning hosted their annual Portfolio Review in conjunction with the Office of Career Development at the Art Directors Club in midtown in New York on Wednesday, an event designed to bring comic professionals in to provide feedback on students’ creative work and advice for publication for […]

Things To Do in New York This Week If You Like Comics

Monday, April 14th The Society of Illustrators at 128 E. 63rd Street in New York City is hosting a series of educational classes with R. Sikoryak and Kriota Willberg on Anatomy for Cartoonists that starts Monday night from 6:30-9:00PM. The instructors are R. Sikoryak and Kriota Willberg and the class operates with live models in […]




Get Your MoCCA Fest Preview Of Tales Of The Night Watchman: Staycation

So What? Press is bringing a new Tales of the Night Watchman creator-owned comic to MoCCA Fest this year, and they’ve graced Bleeding Cool with an insider preview of the new story. Written by Dave Kelly and illustrated by Lara Antal, previous Tales of the Night Watchman books have appeared at various indie shows including […]

Getting A Feel For Comic Arts Brooklyn – Through Books And Pictures

Comic Arts Brooklyn ran for one day, Saturday November 9th, though there were related gallery shows and events leading up to the big day. It also ran panels at The Knitting Factory down the street, which played host to Paul Auster, Art Spiegelman, Jeff Smith, and many more. I believe the final tally for the […]