Where gg's I'm Not Here found its force in ambiguity and the maybe-fantastical, Constantly is comparatively straightforward in its portrayal of the protagonist's sometimes literal battle with her own psyche.
Picking up where Chlorine Gardens left off, Keiler Roberts' graphic memoir, Rat Time, wanders artfully and unannounced into memories.
Pussycats, Lesbian Vampires, and the Blood-Splattered Erotica of Emily Carroll’s ‘When I Arrived at the Castle’
There's a lot of yarn for this cat to untangle in Emily Carroll's When I Arrived at the Castle.
While dimension-deforming environments are normal in cartoon worlds, few wander as far to the edge of pure abstraction—let alone cross it -- as Michael DeForge does in Brat.
In gg's graphic memoir, I'm Not Here, we travel with the protagonist, suffering the same confusions that define her life.