Introducing Minx - a new line of graphic novels for young adults! What would you do if versions of yourself at 6, 29, and 70 became a part of your already awkward high-school life? Grace Kwon is about to find out the hard way after she breaks a haunted pinata on her 19th birthday and her "other selves" appear. But it just may be the dark secret she's kept hidden about her younger sister, Lily, that stands between Grace and her past, present, and future. From multi-award-winning writer Derek Kirk Kim ("Same Difference", "Flight", "Fables: 1,001 Nights of Snowfall") and acclaimed indie artist Jesse Hamm comes a heartwarming tale about finding yourself - well, yourselves!
Derek Kirk Kim has been writing and drawing comics all his life. His work includes the Eisner, Harvey and Ignatz award-winning Same Difference and Other Stories, as well as a story in Fables: 1,001 Nights of Snowfall. Jesse Hamm's cartooning has appeared in various mini-comics, anthologies and on the web. Good as Lily is his first mainstream project. Jesse lives near Portland, Oregon with his wife Anna, and her cat.