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A photograph of a book standing upright against fabric yardage consisting of brown and yellow floral motifs. The book is titled "Jessica Campbell's XTC69" and features a cartoon set in space with an woman astronaut holding a woman in her arms who is wearing a red striped t-shirt rather than a spacesuit.  A photograph of two hands spreading a book's pages against fabric yardage consisting of brown and yellow floral motifs. The book features cartoon panels with women astronauts arguing over what to do about a distraught woman they've encountered who is not wearing a spacesuit.A photograph of two hands spreading a book's pages against fabric yardage consisting of brown and yellow floral motifs. The book features cartoon panels with women astronauts bringing a cloaked prisoner to a council meeting at the center of a packed legislative setting.

Koyama Press

Jessica Campbell: XTC69

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Description

Commander Jessica Campbell of the planet L8DZ N1T3 and her crew are searching for men to breed with when they discover the last human on Earth, the cryogenically frozen Jessica Campbell. With a new, but familiar crew member, the search for men continues, but will it be worth it?

"With her followup, XTC69, Campbell explores the same satirical territory, holding a mirror up to male chauvinism and misogyny and reflecting it back with merciless aim." —The Comics Journal

120 pages, b&w, trade paper
5.25 x 7 inches
May 2018

Koyama Press

ISBN: 978-1-927668-57-3

Meet the Artist

Jessica Campbell

Jessica Campbell is a visual artist and cartoonist whose satirical textiles, drawings, and comics reveal both current and historical misogyny. Her FWM residency led to the exhibition and archive, Heterodoxy, based on a secret feminist debate club that operated in New York from 1912 to 1940.