Sequential State – the comics criticism archive of Alex Hoffman

Tag: perfectly acceptable press

  • Comics That Challenged Me In 2018: Part 4

    Comics That Challenged Me In 2018: Part 4

    Welcome back, dear reader! Today is the last installment of The Comics That Challenged Me in 2018. I hope you found the list interesting – let’s get right into the last five books. 2018 List Write-ups: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Full List The Mouse Glass– Anna Haifisch I’ve got a lot of artists […]

  • Comics That Challenged Me in 2018: Part 2

    Comics That Challenged Me in 2018: Part 2

    We’re back today with the second of four posts of the Comics That Challenged Me in 2018. What were your thoughts about the first five books? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments or over on Twitter. The first part of the list had some fantastic books, and so does the second. Let’s […]

  • Review: Grip #1 by Lale Westvind

    Review: Grip #1 by Lale Westvind

    I’m used to reading Lale Westvind’s comics in small doses. Her comic Yazar & Arkadaş, which I reviewed last year, was only 28 pages – but it packed a significant punch. Westvind’s work has an intense physicality and her comics are breathtaking in their scope, power, and drama. Earlier this year, Perfectly Acceptable Press published […]

  • Review: Hotel Rompo by Talya Modlin

    Review: Hotel Rompo by Talya Modlin

    I’ve been trying to wrap my head around the comics work published in 2016. I think, despite the generally accepted fact that the year was horrible, the creative output for the year, especially in comics, was startlingly good. One of my favorite comics from 2016 is Hotel Rompo, a 3 foot accordion book from Perfectly […]

  • Review: The Meaning of Life by Anja Wicki I picked up a few books from Matt Davis, owner/operator of Perfectly Acceptable Press, at TCAF this year, and I’ve recently gotten around to reading them. Anja Wicki’s The Meaning of Life is a 40 page pamphlet stitched book, red and blue risograph on cream colored paper. It’s […]