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[Originally Published @ Thirteen Minutes] Spaz! #5 (Self-Published by Emi Gennis): You know, I review hundreds of (mostly lackluster) mini-comics each year and it’s so refreshing to see one done so exceptionally well. Gennis’ latest issue of Spaz! is printed … Continue reading

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[Previously Published @ 13 Minutes] Aesthetically speaking, the art of Emi Gennis immediately reminded me of the style of Marjane Satrapi. I like the bold use of negative space and liberal inks that Gennis uses to punctuate her panels. Some … Continue reading

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[Previously Published @ 13 Minutes] www.spazcomix.com Gennis chronicles the sad tale of two white brothers living in a Harlem brownstone in the early 1900’s. They pursue different careers, but eventually become shut-ins as the neighborhood changes around them. They become … Continue reading

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