Tag Archives: Brian John Mitchell

www.silbermedia.com $1 Monthly has a very inviting cover logo which belies the danger lurking inside this issue. I appreciate that the font style is a little less mechanical than previous Silber Media offerings, looking more like hand-lettering than typewritten in … Continue reading

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www.silbermedia.com $1 The offerings from Silber Media remain one of the best bangs for the literal buck if you’re interested in seeing some strong ideas that stray from the beaten path. They’re potent little pills of entertainment. This series seems … Continue reading

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www.silbermedia.com $1 I enjoyed the thick inks used in this issue. Artistically, there’s also more technical precision than I typically see from the Siber Media offerings, with figures in silhouette, negative space used deftly, and a stippling technique on display. … Continue reading

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www.silbermedia.com $1 It still bothers me a little that the ampersand is used here in place of “and,” because it just doesn’t flow well visually. This issue captures the sense of isolation a young girl in this particular predicament must … Continue reading

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www.silbermedia.com This review addresses a trio of interesting mini-comics entitled SMALL ART SERIES: AMERICAN, SMALL ART SERIES: AWAKE, and SMALL ART SERIES: CLIMB. There were no credits to speak of, but I’m assuming they might be the work of Brian … Continue reading

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www.silbermedia.com The art of Built possesses some of the sketchy mechanical grace of someone like Matt Dye or Mike Kunkel. The sentient robot is concerned with improving itself in an aspirational story. It’s fun to see the robot attempting to … Continue reading

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www.silbermedia.com Poit! is available in two versions titled “WTF?” and “La Jetee,” though I think they’re best read in tandem. WTF? follows a line of logic wherein depression leads to extreme outcomes, either killing yourself or killing others. Sim is … Continue reading

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