MetaMorphosis on Comixverse!
October 1, 2013 § Leave a comment
Manalo brings a sober dose of contemporary personal truth to MetaMorphosis that elevates the work from a basic homage and cuts through the surrealism of the protagonist, US Army veteran Gregor Samsa, waking up one day as a zombie, driven to feed on the flesh of the living…
It’s a good piece of criticism, especially if you take zombies seriously (and who doesn’t after The Walking Dead?) and I’m not just saying that because he mentions MetaMorphosis. I’m really humbled that my rough-hewn comic should be given such thoughtful attention.
Zedric, if you’re reading this, thank you! Please contact me through my “about” page, and I’ll send you the next two issues.
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