Won’t Back Down Anthology

by Trina Robbins + Various

Comics legend Trina Robbins is fighting the rogue Supreme Court with over 30 storytellers from all around the world to publish a pro-choice anthology.

Proceeds will be donated to Planned Parenthood.


supported of $8,500



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Digital Reward

30 claimed

E-reader file access to Won’t Back Down Anthology. 100+ pages


The Book

212 claimed

Physical copy of the Won’t Back Down Anthology TPB + E-reader. 8.5" x 11", Softcover, 100+ pages.


Virtual Event + The Book

9 / 10 claimed

Celebrate the anthology with Trina Robbins and Won't Back Down contributors in a virtual launch party! This includes a physical copy of the Won’t Back Down Anthology TPB + E-reader.



Retailer/Library Reward

6 claimed

Six copies of the physical copy of the Won’t Back Down Anthology TPB at wholesale pricing. For Retailers/Libraries only.


Donation for the Cause

50 claimed

If you want to have your name listed in the THANK YOU section of the book, you can add any increment of $5 here by pressing '+' in this reward's quantity field during checkout until you reach your desired amount. Much appreciated!


Add ons are only available once you have selected at least one Primary Reward listed above.


The Complete Kitteenies by Leeann Hamilton - Digital Copy

2 claimed

Kitteenies is a kid-friendly 36-page comic about three cute kittens and a host of other characters they meet in the book. It features four main short stories about Scoot (orange and energetic), Luffly (dark and surly) and Frizzle (a highstrung seal point), who approach life very differently, but use their friendship and energy to solve even the tiniest problems for their new friends.


The Unfinished Corner signed by Dani Colman

2 / 10 claimed

Signed copy of the winner of the 2021 VLA Graphic Novel Diversity Award in the Youth category


Nubia Print by Ryan Oakley

1 / 5 claimed

11 x 17 on watercolor paper, signed by Ryan


Dorothy Pittman Hughes Portrait by Ryan Oakley

0 / 3 claimed

12 x 15 Glicée on cotton rag, signed by Ryan



La Voz de MAYO Vol. 1

7 / 7 claimed

Signed by Henry Barajas!


Liberté Original Art Page

1 / 1 claimed

The first page of line art from the story 'Liberté'. Art by Bridgit Connell. 11"x17" smooth bristol, ink.



Choices: A Pro-Choice Benefit Comic

5 / 5 claimed

A one-shot anthology edited by Trina Robbins for the National Organization for Women (NOW) in 1990. This rare, out-of-print 7x10 comic is signed by 12 of the contributors, including Jules Feiffer, Gary Trudeau, and Trina Robbins.


Wonder Woman Print

4 / 4 claimed

On high-quality mat heavy photo paper, signed by Marguerite Sauvage


Original Paper Doll Art by Trina Robbins

1 / 1 claimed

From Trina Robbins' personal collection - original 11x17 paper doll art featured in California Girls #6 (Eclipse Comics, 1987). Includes a copy of the comic that features the art. Both items signed and personalized by Trina.

The Project

In 1973, the Supreme Court gave women the right to make decisions over the care of their own bodies. A mere fifty years later, a rogue Supreme Court has taken that right away. Today, over 32 states have banned or severely restricted abortion. We’re fighting back as best we can, with pens and brushes, paper and ink, to produce a pro-choice anthology, Won’t Back Down, featuring the work of over 30 artists, writers, inkers, and colorists, and we’re giving the profits to Planned Parenthood. We need $8,500 dollars to pay for printing and related costs.


With Won’t Back Down, Trina Robbins has created an important anthology that celebrates women who fight for justice. This is an essential crowdfunding project for anyone interested in women's rights, free speech, or simply great comics.



Miscarry by Lee Marrs / A Lonely Childhood by Grace Gordon, Joelle Barreto, Grace Desmarais, and Isabell Struble
Forced Birth Nation by Eve Furchgott / Careless Love: UnWanted Pregnancy in Folk Song by Sharon Rudahl



Award-winning herstorian and writer Trina Robbins has been writing books, comics, and graphic novels for nearly fifty years. She has written and drawn comics from Honey West to Barbie, and was the first woman to draw Wonder Woman. Her books The Brinkley Girls: The Best of Nell Brinkley's Cartoons from 1913–1940 (Fantagraphics, 2009) and Tarpe Mills and Miss Fury (IDW Publishing, 2011) were nominated for Eisner awards and Harvey awards. Her all-ages graphic novel Chicagoland Detective Agency: The Drained Brains Caper (Graphic Universe, 2010), the first in a six-book series, was a Junior Library Guild Selection. Her most recent books are Gladys Parker, a life in comics, a passion for fashion (Hermes Press, 2022), and the Eisner winning The Flapper Queens (Fantagraphics, 2020)


In 2013, Robbins was voted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame.

Stretch Goals



The book is finished! All we have to do is print and fulfill supporter rewards!


We anticipate a fall '23 fulfillment after a successful campaign, and Zoop will provide updates and communicate any delays that may pop up.

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