“An expertly drawn sci-fi adventure that is just brimming with heart. Even though Earth has been left behind, the feelings in the story feel deeply of this world.” —Tillie Walden (On A Sunbeam, Spinning)
“Jenn Woodall captures the aching uncertainty and punk possibilities of teenage girldom with an expert sense of detail. In a melancholy near-future dystopia that feels all too plausible, Space Trash’s characters are bright sparks of hope.” —Liz Suburbia (Sacred Heart)
"Woodall’s knack for snappy dialogue and colorful palettes make this first volume a treat [...]This series opener is an intriguing introduction to a new science-fiction world." —Kirkus Reviews
"Space Trash Volume 1 is an exciting and dramatic graphic novel whose teenage cast contends with a space-going mystery." –Foreword Reviews
Writer/Artist: Jenn Woodall
In 2115, Earth has been abandoned as a lost cause, and humankind has moved on to space colonization. At a decrepit high school on the moon for underprivileged youth, Stab, Yuki, and Una are three teenagers who try to keep their boredom and resentment at bay by fighting rival gangs and cliques, hanging out, and sleeping their way through class, all while trying to avoid punishment from the student council. Fights over turf, respect, and snacks lead to unearthing an exciting secret, but is their friendship strong enough to forge a new future?
Age Rating: Teen