Sequential State – the comics criticism archive of Alex Hoffman

Tag: francisco sousa lobo

  • Quick Picks #10 – mini kuš! #63-66

    Quick Picks #10 – mini kuš! #63-66

    Quick Picks is an occasionally written series of microreviews of books I’ve read over the past two weeks. The latest batch of mini kuš comics came in the mail earlier this week, and as always it’s an interesting set. mini kuš #63 – Nausea by Abraham Díaz The first, most noticable quality of Díaz’s comic is how messy […]

  • Review: It’s No Longer I That Liveth by Francisco Sousa Lobo

    Review: It’s No Longer I That Liveth by Francisco Sousa Lobo

    I occasionally have the chance to import comics from Europe, and a recent title by Portuguese cartoonist Francisco Sousa Lobo crossed my desk. It’s No Longer I That Liveth,  an 88 pager co-published by Chili Com Carne and Mundo Fantasma. It’s printed in yellow and black risograph, and perfect bound. The comic is about teenager Francisco […]