About

Paige Braddock headshot 2017American cartoonist Paige Braddock is best known for her Eisner-nominated comic strip, JANE’S WORLD, the first gay-themed work to receive online distribution by a national media syndicate in the US. Braddock released a special anthology celebrating the ground-breaking comic’s 20th anniversary in August 2018. LOVE LETTERS TO JANE’S WORLD, out now through Lion Forge, collects some of the comic’s most notable storylines and pairs them with love letters from fans and comic creators. New installments of JANE’S WORLD can be found on GoComics.

Braddock published the first novel inspired by the comic series in 2016 with Bold Strokes Books. She has also written a series of lesbian romance novels with this publisher under the pen name, Missouri Vaun.

By day, Braddock is the Chief Creative Officer at Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates. She has illustrated several PEANUTS children’s books. The Snoopy U.S. postage stamp issued in April 2001 was designed by Braddock. In 2015, she began publishing her own line of graphic novels for children with Andrews McMeel. They include STINKY CECIL IN OPERATION POND RESCUE (2015), STINKY CECIL IN TERRARIUM TERROR (2016) and STINKY CECIL IN MUDSLIDE MAYHEM (2018).

In 2008, Braddock co-created a line of science-fiction graphic novels with writer Jason McNamara titled, THE MARTIAN CONFEDERACY. Two volumes are available in print.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Will there be any new Jane’s World strips on Go Comics, or are you finished with her?

    Thanks, Jeff W.

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  2. Looks like a great read Paige… Great to see you!

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