ED#1 Review on Comics Anonymous

The first published review of Esoteric Dialogue #1 has been posted on Comics Anonymous! G-Man’s write-up delves into the themes of the book as he sees them, and he gives an insightful overview of the story at hand. I gotta admit – you don’t always know how people will interpret a story like ED#1, but even if just a few people take away the kind of impression G-Man did, I’ll be a happy author. Read the article here.

From the review:

“Writer Scott Bufis & artist Matthew Salazar create a comic with a familiar style as the first few pages have a real R.Crumb/American Splendor feel to it and it tells a fairly important & unique story…..at least for a comic book.  It centres around trying to reveal the truth about the world we live in and uses the comic book medium as a limitless choice to tell us exactly that.”

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We’re going to CAKE 2015

We’ve received an invitation to table at the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo (CAKE) 2015! We’ll be debuting Esoteric Dialogue #1 and #2 at the show. It’s free to attend, so come on out if you’re in the area. Thanks to the organizers for the encouragement of being selected. We very much look forward to meeting all the excellent artists, writers, publishers, and patrons at the show.

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Poster by Ivan Brunetti