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Ostensibly a kind of note-margin juvenalia of monsters fighting monsters in a series of underground worlds, Brinkman's 2000-2005 scattered serial is instead instantly elevated by the ordinariness of much of the content. Citadel city seems dominated, even threatened with destruction, by ennui. The giants and armored monstrosities wandering its cuboid passages are animated by petty urges and whims, an aimless noncommitalness to their universe and its factions, a blank slacker avoidance. Their live [...]
A sobering treatise on microman-giant relations.
Multiforce is like taking a detour: different, indifferent and strangely enjoyable. Everything about this book is a little of. The incredibly small cramped drawings printed on awkwardly large (A3 paper?) makes you read it, and think about it a little differently. It reminds me of finding a giant atlas at the library as a kid and studying the many strange maps that described places I had no idea existed. There are so many things that works here that just would not work if many other comics did th [...]
"Still the One" - Shania Twain