Miscellanea and Ephemeron
05/16/2005 Archived Entry: "Comic review: Miniature Sulk"
Not many comics give me a feeling of nostalgia for childhood, but this one did. It reminded me of some of the odd pastimes of my younger years: twirling nunchaku, throwing snappers (those little twists of white paper that explode when they hit something), wrestling matches, and fantasizing about super-powers.
Jeffrey Brown's unpretentious, primitive black-and-white style works very well with material like this, and the small format book (6 1/4" x 4") easily fits into a pocket. Most of the segments are only one or two pages long, so it is great for a quick laugh when you only have a minute or two. Though Big Head was pretty funny, I think Miniature Sulk is my favorite Jeffrey Brown comic yet.
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