To celebrate and support Planned Parenthood’s 100th year anniversary, a group of the best in the Comics industry —  we’re taking Neil Gaiman, Louise Simonson, Denny O’Neil, Andrew Aydin, Gabby Rivera, and many more! == have come together to create the Mine! comics collection.

Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, you can now pre-order this graphic novel anthology that’s not just awesome, it’s important.

Geared towards teens and adults, it features stories about trailblazing women’s rights activists, personal reproductive health care experience stories, and science fiction and superhero stories dealing with reproductive health.

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Mine! comics collection is a graphic novel anthology to benefit Planned Parenthood.

As a big fan of graphic novels I can’t wait to get my own copy to share with my teenage daughter.  Just knowing that all of the proceeds from the sale of Mine! will benefit Planned Parenthood makes my support even more meaningful.

At Cool Mom Picks, we’re big believers of the importance of healthcare access and treatment for all women, so of course we support organizations like Planned Parenthood. The non-profit health provider offers essential reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide.

An estimated 1 in 5 women has relied on Planned Parenthood health centers for care in her lifetime. As one of those women, I personally know their importance.

With the top in the comic industry, we’re anticipating that the Mine! comics collection will be awesome. Plus, the Kickstarter rewards are pretty cool. They include digital and paperback copies of the anthology, original art, an edgy and fierce T-shirt, and the option to send a copy to a senator or congressperson of your choice. To that I say “Mine!”

The Mine! comics collection is available for preorder the paperback edition for $25 or get a digital edition for $10. There’s also some cool items, such as a T-shirt r tip jar to collect donations. 

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