Back In The Saddle, Part Two : Tara Booth, John Sammis, And Noah Van Sciver


Ryan C.'s Four Color Apocalypse

Continuing our frenzied and likely haphazard overview/brief analysis of stuff I read over the course of my break from posting here, we happen upon the following foursome of comics —

Cabin In The Woods, Part One By Tara Booth – Admittedly, the cover price on this 2019 comic from Berlin’s Colorama is steep at 18 Euros plus shipping, but there’s no denying that it’s absolutely gorgeous, as well — which comes as no surprise given that all of Booth’s gouache-painted comics are. The title’s a bit curious given that most of the “action” takes place in the city, but rest assured that by the end (for now) of the largely-wordless narrative our heroine/authorial stand-in makes it to the rural retreat in question. Prior to that, though, we are treated to an equal parts thoughtful and dizzying display of motion and its absence, communicated via the entirely relatable means of workaday…

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One response to “Back In The Saddle, Part Two : Tara Booth, John Sammis, And Noah Van Sciver

  1. Pingback: Lisa Marie’s Week In Review: 9/6/21 — 9/12/21 | Through the Shattered Lens

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