Dan Christensen drew this to illustrate how he imagines I’d feel if you don’t buy our comics Archer Coe & the Natural Shocks in June.
Don’t take our word for it. Multiversity Comics has a pretty swell review of the graphic novel.
Therein lies the book’s greatest strength. Like Coe’s mind-bending abilities, the book’s maze-like structure, weaving through half-recollected flashbacks, will likely leave readers more than a little dazed after the initial read. Nothing is ever quite as it seems, and Christensen’s ability to inconspicuously scatter clues throughout the story demands a close and watchful eye from the reader. In this way, team drafts the reader into the detective’s chair, unravelling the tangled web right along with Coe.
It appears to be my lucky day at Multiversity. :)
Also, don't forget, there is a Spotify playlist for the comic that includes songs I was listening to when writing the book and that otherwise inspired or influenced the process.
Current Soundtrack: Duran Duran, The Singles 81-85