Someone Please Have Sex With Me
Gina Wynbrandt

140 pages
5.1 × 6.5 inches
2 color offset

It’s impossible not to fall in love with this hilarious minx as she lunges across the page, nostrils flared, hurling herself into increasingly ridiculous romantic misadventures. Bow down to Gina as she explores what it means to be horny as hell!
— Lisa Hanawalt

An intense, weird, vulnerable dive into the underbelly of young adulthood. Paste Magazine

Absurdly honest. The Globe and Mail

Gina isn’t cardboard. She is equal parts bravado and self-doubt, raging id and little girl, a figure you want to throttle but also hold close. Los Angeles Times

The blackest humor here lies in the chasm between theory and practice: desperation spirals, the grotesquerie of her drawings increases. The Comics Journal

Wynbrandt is a force of nature as a cartoonist, evincing a fully-formed toolbox of drawing and storytelling skills, a razor-sharp sense of humor, and (contrary to the image she portrays) a powerfully developed sense of self. Rob Clough

A diverse set of whirlwind narratives, uniting unconventional beauty tropes, celebrity stalking, internet culture, and even bestiality. Hyperallergic

A fascinating and irreverent take on what it’s really like to be an unconventional woman with real physical needs in a world where highly prescribed expectations of femininity and sexuality are still too prevalent. Fusion

Someone Please Have Sex With Me plays with conventions of style and color, featuring pleasingly feminine sherbet-y tones juxtaposed against a story line about a woman looking for love in all the wrong places — in all the wrong ways. Los Angeles Times

How would you explain your relationship with these teen heartthrobs? Chicagoist

How’s your relationship with the Biebs now? Paste Magazine

Talk a little about “Manhunt,” the book’s new story, which is about a fictional video game. Why did you decide on that approach? CBR

Your work subverts this. Do you enjoy nerd, otaku, and internet culture? While referencing them, what is your intention? Kim Jooha

Smart, wickedly funny, and transgressive. More comics like this, please!
— John Porcellino