Blobby Boys and Fata Morgana Reviewed

Posted on Apr 23, 2014 in Blog

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Alex Schubert’s Blobby Boys and Jon Vermilyea’s Fata Morgana are reviewed by The Comics Alternative.

On Blobby Boys

Blobby Boys proves that a comic can be good — really good, in fact — without having those false aspirations to pretense. Schubert goes in the opposite direction to really expose his punk attitudes, delivering a funny — and more importantly fun — collection of episodic vignettes that work.” — Shea Hennum, The Comics Alternative

On Fata Morgana

“It’s kind of like a fluorescent, dripping, oozing Little Nemo In Slumberland…The child we are introduced to on page one travels through his subconscious, which looks like The Never Ending Story and Labyrinth had a love-child with a black light poster from a head shop.”  — Shea Hennum, The Comics Alternative

Read both reviews right here!

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