tick

tick

tick is my first comic. it’s a classic tale of boy meets robot-boy told over the course of a year in a vaguely calendarial manner. and as it turns out, calendarial is a real word.

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it can be purchased for $6, shipping included, via paypal, or read, albeit lacking some of its calendrical* glory, on this here site (coming soon).

[ *also a real word. ]

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“...an ambitious and impressive effort.... Tick is well worth passing some time with.”

Richard Krauss for Midnight Fiction [ read more ]

“...a thoroughly gorgeous comic about loneliness, the passage of time and attention to detail.”

Whitey for Optical Sloth [ read more ]

“Rubenstein's sense of composition is bold and daring, with the calendar format both a problem to solve and the solution to the problem all at once.”

Rob Clough for High-Low [ read more ]

“Tick is the kind of book that makes you sit up and take notice.”

Brian for Stumptown Trade Review [ read more ]

“...this amazing high-production values comic done up to evoke the feel of a calendar”

Anne Thalheimer for Fleen [ read more ]

an oversized comic in the format of a wall calendar.
softcover • 14"x10" • 20 pages • black and white • printed on recycled paper
$6 + 3.50 s & h • ships within a day or so.

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  1. […] Tick by Kenan Rubenstein – Blurb from website: "A classic tale of boy meets robot-boy told over the course of a year in a vaguely calendarial manner. […]

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