Photograph of Joamette Gil.

Joamette Gil

Joamette Gil creates comics, edits comics, letters comics, and (as P&M Press) publishes comics.


My comics reflect my passion for fantasy, romance, social justice, and autobiography. I normally create my own comics from start to finish, but I enjoy writing for other artists as well.


I create images of women using bold colors and stately compositions for posters, picture books, visual novels, and promotional campaigns.


Second only to my love for storytelling is my love for lettering. The marriage between text, balloons, and illustrations can make, break, or even elevate a comics work.


Joamette Gil is a queer Afro-Cuban cartoonist, editor, and letterer for hire. Her client list includes Wieden+Kennedy, HarperCollins, Abrams ComicArts, Dark Horse, Oni-Lion Forge, and Macmillan, among others.She’s best known for her independent comics imprint centering LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC creatives, Power & Magic Press, publisher of such award-winning titles as Power & Magic: The Queer Witch Comics Anthology and Heartwood: Non-binary Tales of Sylvan Fantasy.By day, she serves as Managing Editor for Weird Enough, a Black-owned social impact organization that uses diverse media to empower youth and the adults who support them.Her heart resides in Miami, FL, while her body does its thing in Portland, OR.


Get in touch via social media for fun and frivolity, or via email for professional inquiries!