Posted by: ryalltime | July 20, 2010

The Day in Review

The first issue of Scott Morse’s STRANGE SCIENCE FANTASY series got a nice write-up at, where they say, amongst a much longer review:

“As Morse tells his story, he creates an almost epic science fiction poem about jalopies, cyborg animals and war.  It’s about the freedom, man.  It’s about keys and pink slips and how “The Man” just wants to control, commoditize and package them. It’s Tom Wolfe’s The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby for the comics sci-fi set.”

And in their 5-star review for LOCKE & KEY: CROWN OF SHADOWS #6 at Major, they say:


I’m sure that comparison will have a few of you posting in rage or utter support, but no one has been more consistent and on time with the art than Gabriel Rodriguez. Here he takes a once beautiful and happy woman and turns her into a blank ashen shell of a woman, who looks like she has nothing to live for. His ability create a blank stare in here eyes from panel to panel is so much better than the blank stares other artists unintentionally create in their characters. The reaction of the children is spot on, and of course there is the detail that Rodriguez fills in each and every panel. He doesn’t draw the cheesecake like many of my other favorite artists, but Rodriquez has proven to be a master of his craft.



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