Boom Box Comics Tell Stories of Teenagers, With a Light Heart

 One of Boom Box’s biggest successes is “The Lumberjanes,” about a diverse group of girls at summer camp.

One of Boom Box’s biggest successes is “The Lumberjanes,” about a diverse group of girls at summer camp.

Publishing imprints at comic book companies typically have a unifying trait. Series at DC Comics aimed at mature readers are funneled through its Vertigo and Young Animal lines, while Marvel’s Icon presents projects from top-tier creators.

What links many of the comics published by Boom Box, the imprint from Boom Studios, is that they tell personal stories with a sprinkle of glee. It is touchy-feely, but it also seems to be working.

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