Goldman, Steven – Styx Taxi: A Little Twilight Music
Steven’s blog (that seems to have little to nothing to do with comics)
Styx Taxi: A Little Twilight Music
You know, when I got this issue, I thought that there was no way it could work. An anthology issue, with three different artists? Already? There’s only been one regular issue! It seems that the creative team is busy doing different projects, which is fine, but if this is your main thing, you have to spend the time and effort to get it off the ground first! Then I read the comic, and it turns out that they can wander around and take their time if they want to, as they still have plenty of ideas. The first story (Goldman & Dan Goldman) in here is an unspoken tribute about the taxi crew on 9/11, trying to keep up with the dead. The second (Elizabeth Genco & Leland Purvis) is about Charon’s habit of enjoying a street musician perform and his inability to ever leave the taxi. The third (Goldman & Rami Efal) is about babies having babies, with a little death thrown in. The first two were fascinating stories, no problem there, but the third was a bit of a mess and hard to follow. Still, good stuff all together, and this universe gets more interesting all the time. $3, contact info is up there.
Posted on April 23, 2010, in Reviews and tagged A Little Twilight Music, Dan Goldman, Elizabeth Genco, Leland Purvis, Rami Efal, Steven Goldman, Styx Taxi. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Goldman, Steven – Styx Taxi: A Little Twilight Music.