Review: Rice Boy, by Evan Dahm Meet the protagonist of Rice Boy: a small boy shaped like a piece of rice. He will change the world. The plot is good, part prophecy-journey, part bildungsroman. Both of these do not go anywhere near as expected—the prophecy causes more problems than it foresees fixing, and it’s not the main […]
Review: Cucumber Quest, by Gigi DG Done in a lighthearted cartoony style with a beautiful pastel color palette, Cucumber Quest is a fun, innocent adventure story about a boy (rabbit?) named Cucumber, who’s forced into the stereotypical role of a hero by his jerkbutt father. The story and art are done by Gigi DG, and are uploaded […]
Review: Global Frequency, by Warren Ellis Let me begin by saying that I’m very new to comics. How new? Basically, if you haven’t even read your first comic yet, you’re not too far behind me. But I made some productive visits to the Star Clipper this summer, so now I’m qualified to write at least six reviews. […]
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