Duncan, Sean (editor) – Garlic
I was going to just write the names of the contributors here to try and convince you to get this, but that scan came out nicely, don’t you think? You’ll notice that I really like most of the people on there, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I think this is amazing. I can’t even say that I didn’t like whole stories, just certain panels. People talking to cats in comics is either cute to me or way too cute, and Dave Lasky’s entry fell into the latter category. The rest of his story was good though. The bit by Austin English didn’t do much for me one way or another. Everything else is more than just worth reading, it’s required reading. That’s right, I’m forcing you to buy this. The only thing I’m not sure of is the price… $5 maybe? It’s a pretty big book. Eh, go to the website (down as of 7/22/07) for this (it’s the first in a series of anthologies about food) and e-mail the guy to see how much it costs. You can’t go wrong with this assemblage of talent.
Posted on April 23, 2010, in Reviews and tagged Austin English, Dan Zettwoch, Dave Kiersh, David Lasky, Garlic, Jenny Zervakis, John Hankiewicz, John Porcellino, Kevin Huizenga, Missy Kulik, Sean Duncan, Souther Salazar. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Duncan, Sean (editor) – Garlic.