It's not rare for comics artists to develop self-published items for sale at conventions. I've seen some fairly basic mini-comics and sketchbooks, made with photocopies in my past travels up and down con aisles. Hicks has arranged for a professional-quality book with this project. She's invested in this a bit, and it doesn't feel the least bit disposable. The price I cite above is just the price I paid for this book. There's no cover price printed on the trade paperback, though I expect Hicks charges something in the same neighborhood at cons. It's well worth seeking out, not only if you're a fan of this up-and-coming cartoonist's work, but for anyone who appreciates humor comics, be it genre satire or slice-of-life observational humor. Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.