Posted on Nov 18, 2019 in Blog

NPR has a review of Connor Willumsen’s “surreally fun” Bradley of Him.

“Willumsen has built up a hilarious and philosophically challenging meditation on individuality, capitalism, celebrity, connection — and, under it all, absurdity.” — Etelka Lehoczky, NPR

Read the whole review right here!

CONSTANTLY Excerpt on The Comics Journal

Posted on Nov 15, 2019 in Blog

The Comics Journal has an excerpt of GG’s latest, Coanstantly. Check it out here!

YOU & A BIKE & A ROAD is One of the Best!

Posted on Nov 13, 2019 in Blog

The A.V. Club selects the twenty-five best comics of the 2010s and Eleanor Davis’ You & A Bike & A Road makes the list!

“Everything Davis put out in this decade demands attention, but her personal connection to You & A Bike & A Road sets it apart.” — Oliver Sava, The A.V. Club

Check out the entire list here!


Posted on Nov 12, 2019 in Blog

Book Riot selects ten short graphic novels and memoirs to read in one sitting and Jane Mai’s Sunday in the Park with Boys makes the cut!

“Ever want to see what depression looks like? This is it.” — Ashley Holstrom, Book Riot

Check out the whole list here!

RAT TIME Reviewed by TCJ

Posted on Nov 12, 2019 in Blog

The Comics Journal reviews Keiler Roberts’ Rat Time which is filled with her signature “deadpan humor and wry wit.”

“[Roberts] brings to light funny, ironic moments of everyday life that most of us overlook.” – Heather Leighton, The Comics Journal

Read the entire review here!


Posted on Nov 7, 2019 in Blog

The A.V. Club has preview of Connor Willumsen’s “strange surreal character study” Bradley of Him. Check it out here!


Posted on Oct 31, 2019 in Blog

The Comics Journal reviews Patrick Kyle’s The Death of The Master.

“Even with all of the alternative comics being published today and experiments happening everywhere…it still always manages to knock me on my ass when I read something like Don’t Come in Here, since it absolutely destroyed my idea of what was permissible when creating a comic book. And I am happy to report that all of that continues in, The Death of the Master.” — Mike Kleine, The Comics Journal

Read the whole review here!

STUNT Reviewed!

Posted on Oct 30, 2019 in Blog

Daily Grindhouse reviews Michael DeForge’s Stunt.

“DeForge puts on a veritable fucking clinic with this brisk and disarmingly brusque read, our nameless stuntman protagonist voluntarily — hell, contractually — becoming the Hollywood star he doubles for gelling into reality before our unbelieving eyes with a kind of visual erudition that stands in stark contrast to, yet yins to the yang of, the disarmingly matter-of-fact scripting that disguises its sharp precision under a clever, and thin, membrane of sparse, clinical austerity.” — Ryan Carey, Daily Grindhouse

Read the whole review here!

THE DEATH OF THE MASTER Reviewed (the book, not the death)!

Posted on Oct 24, 2019 in Blog

Ryan C.’s Four Color Apocalypse reviews Patrick Kyle’s masterful The Death of The Master.

“It’s in no way an exaggeration, then, to say this is a singular work by a singular talent related by singular means — the very definition, in my book, of what auteur comics are all about, and one of the most interesting and accomplished reads of the year.” — Ryan C., Ryan C.’s Four Color Apocalypse

Read the entire review here!

Publishers Weekly Reviews SPORTS IS HELL

Posted on Oct 21, 2019 in Blog

Publishers Weekly has an advance review of Ben Passmore’s “sardonically funny, fearlessly over-the-top satire on racism and sports fanaticism” Sports Is Hell.

“Even at novella length, this mordantly funny send-up packs a wallop before the buzzer.” — Publishers Weekly

Read the entire review here!