SMOO #7, the latest issue of my autobiographical zine, was reviewed today by Andy Oliver at Broken Frontier. He writes:
"[this] is possibly Simon Moreton’s most intensely personal work to date and yet it remains wholly accessible. Moreton has a canny knack of engendering an empathic response from his readership, inviting them into his meandering narratives and providing something both identifiable and familiar… If you haven’t tried the sequential art of this quite extraordinary creator yet then there’s no place better to start than Smoo Comics #7.”
Read the full review here
Buy the comic here

SMOO #7, the latest issue of my autobiographical zine, was reviewed today by Andy Oliver at Broken Frontier. He writes:

"[this] is possibly Simon Moreton’s most intensely personal work to date and yet it remains wholly accessible. Moreton has a canny knack of engendering an empathic response from his readership, inviting them into his meandering narratives and providing something both identifiable and familiar… If you haven’t tried the sequential art of this quite extraordinary creator yet then there’s no place better to start than Smoo Comics #7.”

Read the full review here

Buy the comic here

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    Simon Moreton’s follow up to Grand Gestures gets a nice review.
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