Fish Out Of Water by Christopher Davis
Ah, the silent mini comic. This is where I usually ramble a bit, as thereâ€™s never a whole lot to say about something thatâ€™s this short and this silent (although this particular issue does have a poem following the story). And this time? No exception. This is the story of the last moments of life for a fish, as itâ€™s apparently caught, gutted and thrown back into the water. I did enjoy the poem at the end, which is a rarity for me, and perhaps the whole thing would have been better if Christopher had done stanza by stanza panels instead of leaving it silent and placing the poem at the end, almost as an afterthought. But, and especially when it comes to poetry, what do I know anyway?