“The Future Is An Open Mouth” — Or Should That Be An Open Question?


Ryan C.'s Four Color Apocalypse

The best thing about this gig is that I get exposed to a lot of really personal, unusual, idiosyncratic work — comics and ‘zines that play by no rules other than those laid down by their creators, and even those can be arbitrarily broken if said creators feel like it. I’m talking about stuff that eschews codification, classification, sometimes even rationalization. But absolutely nothing I’ve encountered before could have prepared me for what was waiting in an oversized envelope that arrived in the mail from Denver-based cartoonist Dustin Holland the other day.

To call his self-published, magazine format comic The Future Is An Open Mouth “one of a kind” is to sell it short, because in truth it’s several things at once, none of them exactly new, but all of them coalescing into a singular visual and literary experience that propels the reader into frames of mind previously unknown and…

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One response to ““The Future Is An Open Mouth” — Or Should That Be An Open Question?

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 7/19/21 — 7/25/21 | Through the Shattered Lens

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