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The first page shot of the seahorse is an example of Adams’ terrific use of light-sourcing and shadow to define the contours of the objects he’s working with. Period is a bold statement on the notion that larger things are … Continue reading

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2D Cloud usually has very strong production quality; professional polish where you can still sense the hand of the artist involved. To me, something like The Death of Elijah Lovejoy sort of epitomizes their publishing aesthetic. Ablation Penis is a … Continue reading

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The un-inked pencils of this $6 2D Cloud publication give the art a rough hewn aesthetic that’s fitting for the POV of the young protagonist. The story centers on a baby’s memories and perceptions of the world at ages 8 … Continue reading

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I like these low print run affairs from 2D Cloud, at #26/150, this small 22-pager just feels like a discrete objet d’art. Inside, it offers a dizzying descent into wavy black and white lines, like an old TV scramble, toward … Continue reading

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$20 www.2Dcloud.blogspot.com Little Heart is the unholy marriage (that’s a joke) of publishing house 2D Cloud and Minnesota’s [MN]Love organization, aspiring to create an engaging and artistic dialogue through comics touching on the loose theme of marriage equality. I’ll preface … Continue reading

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www.2Dcloud.blogspot.com This issue picks right up from the cliffhanger previously, with Waltar being abducted by aliens while his brother and the King try to “save” him, something that degenerates into a mostly bickering phone call. I enjoyed the meddling aliens … Continue reading

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www.2Dcloud.blogspot.com 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 … Continue reading

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www.2Dcloud.blogspot.com This is one of the most gorgeous wraparound covers I’ve seen in a while, and it’s emblematic of the outstanding production quality I’m seeing on the latest batch of books from 2D Cloud. The basic thrust of the story … Continue reading

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[Originally Published @ 13 Minutes] The Death of Elijah Lovejoy (2D Cloud): Would it be exaggerated hyperbole if I said I only wanted to read Noah Van Sciver mini-comics from this day forward? I dunno. I think I could support … Continue reading

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