Friday, October 31, 2008

A Comic Foundry mini-review of our minicomic



The Fall 2008 issue of Comic Foundry magazine spotlights politics in comics; profiles Tony Harris, main artist on James Robinson's Starman (one of Isaac's favorite superhero books); and includes a feature on six new and recent minicomics, including our latest:



We're in good company, too, right alongside Sarah Glidden's How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less #2 and Gabrielle Bell's Lucky vol. 2 #2 (and just above a row of books that are new to me but sound interesting: Harvest is When I Need You the Most by various artists, Untitled (Dinosaur) by Joseph Lambert, and Jam in the Band Vol. 1 by Robin Enrico).

Our thanks to writers Brian Heater and Sarah Morean for including us among "some of the best books to hit the scene recently" and for running a picture of page 1 in its slipcover band!

2 comments:

Isaac said...

I sort of wish you'd post a scan of the whole page, Mike, since the people at Comic Foundry aren't going to -- and since I'd like to read their write-ups of those other minis, too --

T. Motley said...

Very cool, and well deserved. Congrats to you both!