Nazi Puncher Submission Guidelines

Publisher Space Goat Productions is producing Nazi Puncher: a comic and art anthology benefiting the Southern Poverty Law Center. The anthology will exclusively feature art and comics depicting Nazis or fascists getting punched, smacked, kicked, or generally beat down on.

Thanks for your interest in the anthology! We have limited space for the printed book, so we will not be able to include everyone who’s interested. (We will put everyone we can in the digital version) If you’re interested in participating we’ll need the following by 4/30:

  • A link to your portfolio/work samples or a list of your comic credits. Webcomics are also fine!

  • A short description of what you’d like to submit for your page. It can be your creator-owned character punching a Nazi or fascist, just a generic cool pin-up of Nazis or fascists getting punched, a one-page comic about punching Nazis or fascists, etc. As long as it has Nazis getting punched, we’re good to go.

  • If you’d like to do more than one page, please let us know!

  • You must control 100% of the copyright of your character. SGP makes no claim to ownership. You can only use likenesses of public or historical figures.

  • Please send your submission email to nazipunchercomic@gmail.com with your name as the subject header.

  • We have the right to reject any submissions that are ableist, sexist, racist, transphobic, homophobic, or discriminatory based on religion, creed, or country of origin.

  • We want you to promote the book on social media! But please run any posts by us first so we can a) check their accuracy and b) share them out!

Also feel free to forward these submission guidelines to any artist you think would be interested! We want to fill up this book with great art to benefit a great cause.

More details about the anthology:

  • 100% of the net proceeds of the physical book (after printing costs) will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center.There will be a digital copies as well with 100% of the proceeds going towards SPLC
  • The Southern Poverty Law Center is totally on board.
  • You’ll retain the rights to whatever you create for the book, we just need you to not share anything out until we’re ready to promote the book.

  • We will provide a .psd template for you all to work with for your submission.

  • We will work with your schedule to get final art in, it does not need to be done by 4/30 to be included in the anthology. But we will have hard deadlines after that point.