Comics blogger John Seven has reviewed two of our Fall 2014 titles, the art house science fiction epic Distance Mover by Patrick Kyle, and the Godot meets Godzilla riff Baby Bjornstrand by Renee French.
ON DISTANCE MOVER
“That this is a riff off Doctor Who seems undeniable…I could easily envision any given Tom Baker episode unfolding with animation by Kyle, who makes great use of the basic scenario to pull off a clever and entirely different kind of science fiction romp.” — John Seven, Vermicious
ON BABY BJORNSTRAND
“In the end, Baby Bjornstrand might well be a meditation on the nature of personal growth, of claiming what you have learned as your own, wrapping yourself in it and saying that you know it, not that you were taught it. But maybe not. French is careful not to throw answers at you and her narrative unfolds like a poem, expressed through her beautiful artwork that mixes otherworldly illustration with cartoonishness grotesqueness.” — John Seven, Vermicious
Read the whole Distance Mover review here, and check out the Baby Bjornstrand review here!