Paste has selected their most anticipated comics of 2019 and Emily Carroll’s blood-soaked book When I Arrived at the Castle makes the cut!
“Emily Carroll has an ability to put things alongside one another that make your skin crawl, which is why she’s so successful in the horror genre.” — Hillary Brown, Paste, 14 January 2019
Check out the rest of their picks here!
Booklist reviews the droll and dreamlike A House in the Jungle by Nathan Gelgud.
“Surreal elements aside, Gelgud’s slightly cockeyed tale seriously addresses whether an unlikable outsider can coexist with an increasingly regimented society.” — Gordon Flagg, Booklist
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The A.V. Club have selected their most anticipated comics of 2019 and Emily Carroll’s flesh-and-bone-chilling When I Arrived at the Castle makes the list!
“Emily Carroll is one of the modern masters of comic-book horror, telling scary stories that are as gorgeous as they are haunting.” — Oliver Sava, The A.V. Club
Check out all of the anticipated titles here!
Broken Frontier reviews Chlorine Gardens by Keiler Roberts, “one of the finest slice-of-life practitioners in comics”!
“Roberts’ clear, uncomplicated visuals always have an expressive clarity and the most telling of visual characterization, and Chlorine Gardens is another collection of incisive short strips from one of the finest autobio practitioners working in the medium.” — Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier
Check out the full review here!