Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
You know what’s the only thing better than being BoingBoinged? Being on BoingBoing every day. That’s the happy position Ed Piskor is in; his new comic Brain Rot debuted there on Tuesday. Unlike his Boingthump! and Deleterious Pedigree, Brain Rot is in color, but it still manages to look like one of my old Zap Comix, an illusion that Piskor helps along by framing using a yellowed-newsprint background and mimicking the colors and textures of old-tyme four-color printing. God only knows that this is about—there’s only one page up at the moment—but Piskor usually takes us on a pretty wild ride.
If you have a minute, check out his Steve Jobs comic, a single page done in the same style as Brain Rot.