Choices: A Pro-Choice Benefit Comic is a one-shot anthology edited by Trina Robbins for the National Organization for Women (NOW). It was published in 1990 by Angry Isis Press. It featured an introduction by Congresswoman Pat Schroeder, and an afterword by author and journalist Cyra McFadden.


Cover Art by Bill Koeb and Lee Marrs

  • In a Man's World by Jackie Urbanovic
  • Some Words from the Guys in Charge by Howard Cruse
  • Abortion Through the Ages by Sharon Rudahl
  • Sylvia by Nicole Hollander
  • People Like This... by Nina Paley
  • Cathy by Cathy Guisewite
  • Untitled by R. Diggs
  • Civilization As We Know It written by Angela Bocage and David Gilden, art by Angel Bocage
  • Son of Judge by Steve Lafler
  • Let's Make a Deal by Jennifer Camper
  • Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau
  • Right to Strife by Harry S. Robins
  • Burning Issue written by Lamar Waldron, art by Ted Boonthanakit
  • Zippy the Pinhead: Pro-Freedom by Bill Griffith
  • Sylvia by Nicole Hollander
  • Anti-Choice Playschool by Nancy Babb
  • The C Word by Diane Noomin
  • Generation Gaps by Robert Triptow
  • Untitled by Cynthia Martin
  • Meanwhile... Back at the Gym by Leslie Ewing
  • Remnants' written by Nancy Babb, art by Lee Binswanger
  • Untitled by Guy Colwell
  • Dykes To Watch Out For Presents Particular Persuasions by Alison Bechdel
  • One Cold Night in December by Michael J. Goldberg
  • A Town Without Pity by Trina Robbins
  • Laura's Nightmare by Barbara Slate
  • Are You Pro-Choice? by Steve Leialoha
  • "Better Wake Up... Soon by Kathryn LeMieux
  • Untitled by Jules Feiffer
  • Untitled by Genny "Bulbul" Guracar
  • For Those States Which Demand the Permission of a Minor Girl's Parents by Phoebe Gloeckner
  • Everything New is Old Again written by Kate Worley, art by Reed Waller
  • Depreciation by Roberta Gregory
  • A Visit to the Abortion Clinic by Norman Dog
  • Donahue written by Mindy Newell, art by Ramona Fradon
  • Sylvia by Nicole Hollander
  • Untitled by William Messner-Loebs

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