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Over at Comicon, Richard Bruton has some nice things to say about Sean and I's Sightings of Wallace Sendek. This sort of thing, in fact: "Mystery upon mystery, the clues are there to be put together, but the dense ...

Mystery upon Mystery

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There's a new review of Counting Stones up over at Comicon.com, that goes a little like this: "Noble’s comics can be bizarre things, but they’re also quite wonderfully beautiful things. He’s the UK comics ...

Stone Gone

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  More on The Dreadful Work as Tom Baker pens a nice review over at Broken Frontier, where he says this sort of thing: Go into the Brexit negotiations dressed like Christopher Lee in the Wicker Man and claim we ...

Pagan Bones

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Over on the Mindless Ones, sweet sweet Gary Lactus and Maid of Nails have some lovely words to say about Horrible Folk and Got Your Nose on episode 217 of SILENCE!  I'd entreat you all to fling yourself in that ...

Mindless

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Some kind words over at The Mindless Ones from Illogical Volume. Go and have a ...

They Do Not Give Themselves Easily

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Kind words over at Der Tagesspiegel from Oliver Ristau, focusing on Don't Be Fooled By The Rocks. Go over and take a ...

Gefühl von faszinierender Befremdung

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"As with all things Douglas Noble, this is not a comic to simply flip through and go from a to b to c, close book, forget." - Richard Bruton Here’s a new review of Agnoeema, the latest issue of Strip For Me, at the ...

Enigmatic Smiles

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Over at the Forbidden Planet International blog, you find that Richard Bruton has taken a look at my comic Why Did You Turn?  What did he think of it? "Noble’s imagery and lyricism there again and again, the short, ...

Turning

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  Here's another old review, this time of LIVE STATIC, again from the pen of Richard Bruton over at Forbidden Planet International.  This time he says things like this: "Live Static is a complex, difficult, ...

“Is it something stranger?”

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