Posts Tagged ‘grant reynolds’

Genre Is The New Steady-State I: Elf World #1

Posted by on December 15th, 2010 at 6:47 AM

Rob reviews the first of three new alt-genre anthologies: Elf World #1, edited by Francois Vigneault.

Elfworld #1, edited by Francois Vigneault.  The first volume of this anthology was released three years ago, and it was one of the

Lost and Found: Comic Diorama

Posted by on December 14th, 2009 at 6:11 AM
Rob reviews Grant Reynolds' one-man anthology, COMIC DIORAMA (Top Shelf). One thing I've always appreciated about Top Shelf is their willingness to work in all sorts of formats, from fancy slipcased hardcovers to what are essentially minicomics. The publisher has leaned more and more toward genre work in recent years, but their minicomics tend to keep them in touch with their more avant-garde roots. Grant Reynolds' COMIC DIORAMA is such a comic, a haunting and beautifully designed little book that dwelled on sacrifice, dead ends and abjection.