HexComix is a Los Angeles-based comic book label. We are proud to be a 100% independent operation, changing the world through creative ideas and compelling characters. Nominees of the Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity, HexComix is devoted to showcasing non-traditional voices and telling unique stories. Our store is currently dedicated to our premiere title, Hex11, an ongoing series created and illustrated by Lisa K. Weber, written by Kelly Sue Milano, and produced/edited by Lynly Forrest. Take a look around, buy what you like, and support our growing effort! And while you're at it, meet the ladies:
Lisa K. Weber - Artist
Lisa makes art for comics, kid’s books, and cartoons. She also enjoys satire, gin martinis, and classic rock radio. She has created artwork for comic adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe's Hop-Frog, Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla, and Saki’s Tobermory, all featured in Graphic Classics. Her illustrations have appeared in various publications from Penguin, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Little Brown, and Scholastic, Inc. She has also contributed character designs and storyboards for Nickelodeon, Curious Pictures, and PBS Kids. Lisa currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.
Kelly Sue Milano - Writer
Kelly Sue was introduced to comics the way most five-year-old girls are; getting taken to the Fullerton AMC Theaters to see Batman with her Dad in the summer of 1989. Though she wasn't excited at first, what followed was total and complete love. Not just with superheroes and comics - but with stories. She has been published in the Orange County Register and Los Angeles Times and has contributed to HelloGiggles, Today I'm Brave, and LA Lady Magazine. She is a columnist for Practical Mystics and is a staff writer for The Kabbalah Centre of Los Angeles. Kelly Sue is a sucker for Nabokov and fancy coffee and currently lives in Los Angeles.
Lynly Forrest - Producer
Lynly lays the groundwork, identifies synergies, and looks for win-wins. With skills forged through a degree in Theatre and a career in technology, Lynly was born to produce. Thinking outside the box, she doubles down and multi-tasks while never revealing what is under the kimono. She is a native Texan, a real go-getter, and lives in Venice Beach with her little family and Hex mascot, Tiny Kitty.