In this, the first issue of the all new AdHouse Books series of Viewotron, co-creators Peach Goodrich and Sam Sharpe craft a great set of comics short stories, seven in all, and in the process deliver a solid 48 page comic book that is both affecting and engaging. A particular standout is the story, "That First Summer After College We All Stayed in the City and Founded Religions." Just substitute "start-ups" for "religions" in the title – and then consider the ramifications of that substitiution – and you'll come away from the story with some fresh insights into the experience of coming of age during the 21st century.
Here's a new issue of the second volume of Viewotron, now back at Radiator Press! This time around the issue is, for the first time, formatted standard (6 1/2" x 10") comic book size, and runs for 48 black & white pages, printed on a heavier-than-average flat-white paper with full color cardstock cover.
This issue features three stories. Peach Goodrich's "Satellite & Telescope", a whimsical tale of the communion between an orbiting satellite and an earthbound child, and Sam Sharpe's "The Spooky Child", about the relationship between two adult teachers that may hinge on the titular child, are each the first part of two-part stories, both of which, we presume, will be concluded in the next issue. The middle story separating these two serials is Sharpe's "What Will Be Left", a humorous look at what the space aliens will find left on earth after humans have been driven to extinction by their own unrestrained appetites.
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