Paklis is the new comic from Dustin Weaver, an anthology collection of his short works. And none is shorter than the contents page, a self referring, reflective and collapsing piece of storytelling that sees the very contents listings as a psychedelic aggressor.
Which is pretty close as to what you’ll get inside. Mushroom Bodies, an insect dream adapted into comics, refined and recreated over the years as Dustin learned new artistic skills, has to be a stand out. As multi-layered as the multi-layers of the differently aged Dustins who created it.
Paklis #1 is published today from Image Comics.
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