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Glass Eye #1

Publisher: Blind Bat Press Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jim Kingman Oct 14, 2005

    We live in a world plagued by bad dreams, dull lives, the ravages of time, video games, the misinterpretation of historical figures, relentless pranksters, and zombie films. And thats not such a bad thing when seen through a glass eye. Glass Eye is a black and white independent comic published by Blind Bat Press. Mark Innes is the publisher/editor and he has compiled short works of several fine creators into the kind of anthology only an independent comic can publish. I am very impressed by this debut. All the stories have their own voice and distinct feel and pacing, and each warrant several readings. Theres an on-the-edge rawness displayed here. The tales dont lose direction, they draw you in, then bite with a point. I knew I was hooked when the worms in the first story started talking amongst themselves. And the rugged, rocky, untarnished-by-man landscape of the dinosaur world on the back cover took my breath away. Glass Eye is a book worth checking out. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Sacks Oct 17, 2005

    Part of the fun of self-published comics is that you never know what you're going to get in them. Self-published comics are places for unfettered creativity, places where creators can explore their imaginations without editorial control. The problem is that often these comics can be mixed bags. Glass Eye is a nice comic, but I wish it could have been better. Read Full Review

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