Sexy Chix is an anthology of work by women cartoonists published by Dark Horse Comics in 2006.
- Don't let the title fool you - this isn't your average collection of comics featuring impossibly proportioned vixens in spandex. This time around the sexy chix in question are the writers and artists behind the comics, representing some of the best and brightest talent contributing to the medium of comics and graphic novels today. With stories ranging from mainstream adventures to hilarious comic shorts to heart-wrenching autobiography, Sexy Chix is devoted to the under-recognized contingent of female cartoonists in an overwhelmingly male-oriented industry. It's about time these divinely talented creators get to tell the stories they want to, and the result is an exquisite variety of artistic visions and styles.
- Among the sexy chicks are New York Times best-selling author Joyce Carol Oates, Eisner Award-winning illustrator Jill Thompson (Scary Godmother), A Distant Soil writer/artist Colleen Doran, Bitchy Bitch creator Roberta Gregory, DC Comics writer Gail Simone, novelist Sarah Grace McCandless (Grosse Pointe Girl) and many, many more!
- A Portrait of the Artist in Her Creative Process: written, illustrated, and lettered by Chynna Clugston
- Love Triangle: written and illustrated by Jill Thompson
- Yellow Fever: written, illustrated, and lettered by Colleen Doran
- True Tales from the Shampoo Bowl: written by Gail Simone, illustrated by Rebecca Woods, lettered by L. Lois Buhalis
- The Boogeyman: written, illustrated, and lettered by Colleen Coover
- Hands On: written, illustrated, and lettered by Carla Speed McNeil
- Hurricane Eye for the Straight Girl: written, illustrated, and lettered by Lee Marrs
- Jeff Macey's Girls: written by Diana Schutz and illustrated by Amanda Conner
- The Art of Letting Go: written by Sarah Grace McCandless, illustrated by Joëlle Jones, and lettered by L. Lois Buhalis
- An Admission: written, illustrated, and lettered by Meghan Kinder
- Haseena Ross, Girl Detective: written and lettered by Trina Robbins and illustrated by Anne Timmons
- Lucy at the Mall and Boys Are So Annoying: written, illustrated, and lettered by Alexa Kitchen
- No Rites: written, illustrated, and lettered by Madison Clell
- Esther Meets Her Maker: written, illustrated, and lettered by Leela Corman
- Camellia: written, illustrated, and lettered by Roberta Gregory
- Don't You Trust Me?: written by Joyce Carol Oates, illustrated and lettered by Laurenn McCubbin
- Cover and logo design by Lia Ribacchi