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A bit late to the party but you need to know that Si Spurrier and Jonas Goonface 's Godshaper 1 has got enough going on to definitely bring you in for more. T he preview here and below alone should actually do enough to draw you in to an alt-world where the concepts of physical science were turned on their he, and everyone got their own god. Goonface's kaleidoscopically coloured, wavy, line work, and hashing, are a departure for me. I've not seen something really like it in recent memory, but when I pushed back a little further Brendon Graham immediately arrived.
Graham is still a slight stretch, though, he's definitely less 'scratchy', and whilst he uses the same palette, it feels like this is an inversion of that here.
That, or perhaps it just never seems to be quite the colour that it should be, which makes one metaphorically tilt one's head slightly. Marry this with what seemed to me to be some Robert Crumb character de influences in places, it really does make for a contemporary, yet respectful departure from the norm. No big deal, just jonasgoonface and colinbell making your eye go the wrong way. Colin Bell 's lettering, by the way, really has a life of its own. It feels like the proper use of emboldening, rather than the Marvel way where it's basically just something important or a nod to the reader.
Spurrier's characterisation is natural and the players on the flow within the world that he's created very naturally.
This means that nothing felt forced here, and also nothing felt sensational, either. Perhaps the latter is a worry, but hopefully it's planned. I don't know another book quite like this that's out at the moment, and it does feel somewhat like a Brandon Graham comic with a slightly more focused story. For what it's worth, I love Graham's style, this is just slightly different. Godshaper is definitely worth both your time, and your cash … hipster jeans or no.
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