Daniel Furnace is the Devil’s Boy – Paul Jon Milne

The shaggiest of shaggy dog stories, which turns out to be the perfect excuse for a stroll through Milne’s aesthetic.

Craggy glam, baying crowds, dissatisfied parents – it all resonates on the same weird frequency.

Ida Henrich – Minor Side Effects

A paper paradox, this.

The cartooning is best when depicting the space taken up by demands, questions, queasy downturns and flailing spaghetti arms.  Somehow, this makes room for Henrich to lay out her thoughts on contraception.

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Pluto vol.2 – Naoki Urasawa

November 14th, 2017

A remake of an older comic/a detective story about robot emotions, what could be footery & reflexive finds anguished form in a series of haunted faces & ruins.

Q: If there’s nothing to life but what we know & have done, what do we value? #Comics280

A collection of fragments and illustrations by an artist in motion.

There’s no narrative as such but there’s a story here – it’s in every line, every depiction of the body, every evocation of place and mind.

#Comics280