Legendary underground comics artist, editor, and feminist Diane Noomin has edited Drawing Power: Women’s Stories of Sexual Violence, Harassment, and Survival (with a foreword by Roxane Gay), a powerful and instructive anthology of short comics stories by 60 women artists offering personal accounts of surviving sexual abuse. Their stories are both demoralizing and powerfully inspirational, as these women use art to reclaim individual power and dignity, and to to challenge a culture of pervasive sexual predation. This sampler Includes three stories: Lee Mars’ “Got Over It,” the story of an attack she survived in 1968; she “got over it,” she says unconvincingly, “Really.” Carol Lay’s “A Sampler of Misdeeds,” ruefully recounts a series of separate “pervy” episodes that escalate incrementally and bluntly to the worst possible scenario. And Ajuan Mance’s “Delusion of Safety” tells of the cartoonist’s reexamination of all former notions of “safety” in the wake of a flood of #MeToo revelations by ordinary people she knows. Drawing Power will be published by Abrams ComicArts in September.