SPOILED, my print comic about a boy, his mother and his grandfather as his connection to Nature gets sidetracked when he discovers, and then loses, petroleum. An allegory about humankind and our inherent connection to the natural world, even in this brief era of fossil fuels. Visit my online store to order your copy.
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What people are saying about Luz, Girl of The Knowing
The Ephemerist says "...you can already tell that this is one of those high concept endeavours that cannot fail. The subject is timely (what knowledge will we need to survive in a world without oil), the art is spotless and the general feel is warm, empathic, worthwile... This is without a doubt one more webcomic on my weekly list."
Scott of Zhi says "...Luz is only four strips young but I think it has some clear potential. It's a surrealist trip into modern city life. It feels like a very personal exploration of what it means to be human and poetry seems to interweave amidst the words. There's a political motive behind the strip but it hasn't sufficiently emerged as yet. The linework is crisp against a beige monotone and the narrative looks as if it might develop into something quite interesting."