Taylor, Dan W. (editor) – Symphony in Ink #4
Symphony in Ink #4
Dan has finally put his comics fancy pants on, as that there is a full color cover.Â Kudos!Â As is the case with a good chunk of Dan’s books, this one is an anthology, all loaded up with talent and goodness.Â Dan has a funny if mildly disturbing strip about a guy in a pool; Andy Nukes has a series of images that I’ll let speak for themselves (because they’re better experienced than described, and I realize that thatÂ accounts for a lot of what I do here, but if I think too hard about it I’ll vanish in a puff of smoke and logic); Kelsey Donald has a piece about a determined fish, a artistic baby genius and an assholish ice cream shop customer; Steve Steiner (if it’s based on a true story) has a girlfriend with some questionable sanitation habits; Josh Blair shows the true meaning of a hybrid car and Jarod Rosello has an epic about trying to find adventure but not being entirely sure how to spot it.Â Whew!Â Having a little bit of space has done wonders for this comic, as people were able to tell a lengthier story when they needed to while other could still stick to the shorties.Â Here’s hoping Dan has this full-size mini comics (just typing that almost caused my brain to short out) thing in his blood now, because I’m very much liking the new format.Â Oh sure, it’s a little pricier at $3, but you guys are still going to buy it, right?
Posted on October 28, 2010, in Reviews and tagged Andy Nukes, Dan Taylor, Jarod Rosello, Jeff Plotkin, Josh Blair, Kelsey Donald, Steve Steiner. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Taylor, Dan W. (editor) – Symphony in Ink #4.