Tokyopop has launched Peremoha: Victory for Ukraine, an anthology of stories by Ukrainian creators about the war in Ukraine. The anthology was released digitally on August 24, which is Ukrainian Independence Day, and will be available in print on September 27 with an MSRP of $14.99.

The anthology, which is rated for ages 12 and up, contains nine stories that look at the war from the point of view of the people who are living through it. They range from a narrative of the battle of Snake Island (in which Ukrainian soldiers told the Russian navy to get lost, only more profanely) to a fanciful tale of a tractor that chases Russian tanks out of its field, to a wry look at a group of Russian looters.

A portion of the proceeds from the book will go to Razom for Ukraine, a nonprofit that provides humanitarian aid and relief to the people of Ukraine, helps evacuate refugees, and advocates for Ukraine abroad.