Website Laterborn #7 OK fine, so technically Jason hasn’t completely abandoned the idea of the high school story, even though these mostly deal with college and its aftermath.Â As long as he still has this much insight into the whole ordeal of friendship and maturing, he can keep it up forever as far as I’m […]
Website Laterborn #6 OK, to the chronologically curious, here’s the order in which I reviewed these comics: #5, #4 (after about a year and a half) and finally #6 (after about a month).Â If you just read one of these reviews and think it might seem a bit more muddled than usual, you’re probably right.Â […]
Website Laterborn #5 Mini comics 101, that’s what you’ll find here. Not that that’s necessarily a bad thing in my book, or at least it’s not when you have something interesting to say. Jason packs this little thing with autobiographical stories about growing up, falling into and out of friendship with a girl, peepholes, suicide, […]
Website Laterborn #4 I have nothing but sympathy for anybody who reads this site and hopes to find numerical coherence in the reviews.Â Sometimes I do get #1 of a series and then work my way down the line, but more often than not I get an issue somewhere in the middle, review it, and […]
Website Driftwood City I’d like to start this off by praising Jason for getting one little thing right that lots of people seem to forget: he puts the dates for all of his strips on their last page. As this is a collection of his favorite strips from his run on Laterborn (with a few […]
New review for Laterborn #7 by Jason Martin, which is hot off the proverbial presses, for any of you who come here in the hopes of finding actual new releases.
New review for Laterborn #6 by Jason Martin, which I somehow managed to get out between power outages.
New review for Laterborn #4 by Jason Martin, happy birthday Kara!
New review for Laterborn #5 by Jason Martin…