There’s something about the subdued humor and fantastical creations of Prizon Food that reminds me of the great Achewood by Chris Onstad. It feels like an old 32-bit sidescroller has become sentient and fabricated a pixelized world of lost islands, skeleton head kings, upside-down head guys, talking pigs, and purple gorillas, and we’re just voyeuristically looking in on this wholly imaginative bit of world-building. 2D Cloud usually has strong production quality, but it seems impossibly better here, specifically the immaculate paper quality, the ink, and the overall print job. The pages feel silky and I want to rub them all over my body, err, something. I bitched before about the $6 price point being on the high-side for the diminutive size of these books, but ignore that, this is first rate work. This is what mini-comics are for. Grade A+.