Reporter

dylan williams reporter 1by Dylan Williams

Reporter #1

Two men discussing a story in a restaurant leads to a tale of two kids discovering a huge statue at the bottom of the bay they are fishing in. Strange men and strange ideas haunt the pages of Reporter. Howard E. Day Award Prize winner.

24 pages
5.5″ x 8.5″
B/W with color cover

$2.50

I love the fact that this is so clearly a complete puzzle in Dylan’s head and he’s only giving us the corner pieces. As long as it makes sense in the end and the stories are compelling in the meantime, I have something approaching limitless patience for this sort of thing. If you don’t, well, there are plenty of self-contained graphic novels and the like all over this website, check those out. For those of you who don’t mind taking your time for an eventual big reward, I can’t recommend this series highly enough.” Kevin Bramer, Optical Sloth

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Reporter #3

A story about how Adam got his job as a reporter. Xeric Grant winner.

24 pages
6″ x 9″
B/W with color cover

$3.00

This story is what they call a rich tapestry. It looks like everything is eventually going to come together and make sense, but I honestly don’t even care if it does because the individual issues are just a blast.” Kevin Bramer, Optical Sloth

 

 

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Reporter #4

This wordless tale about a violent robbery recounts what led to the events of Reporter #3.

24 pages
6″ x 9″
B/W with color cover

$3.00

This story is what they call a rich tapestry. It looks like everything is eventually going to come together and make sense, but I honestly don’t even care if it does because the individual issues are just a blast.” Kevin Bramer, Optical Sloth

 

 

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Reporter #5

“The Gun” is a confounding story set during the Korean war. This issue serves as a prequel to issue #3 and #4. The story is a surreal mix of ghostly and real horrors.

24 pages
6″ x 9″
B/W with color cover

$3.00

This story is what they call a rich tapestry. It looks like everything is eventually going to come together and make sense, but I honestly don’t even care if it does because the individual issues are just a blast.” Kevin Bramer, Optical Sloth

 

 

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Reporter #6

“The Party” is an unnerving story about an evening get-together that ends up being a series of long, surreal debates.

 

36 pages
6″ x 9″
B/W with color cover

$4.00

This story is set 1956 and it’s about a newly hired reporter going to a company party at his bosses house. He goes with a wife and they go around talking to other staff members about a variety of topics of the day like the Korean War, working in the comic industry and religion. Sprinkled along the way is how got his job and the tale of 3 blind men describing an Elephant. The Elephant tale is pretty well known and I’m a bit surprised told the story rather than just reference it.

I found myself liking the lead character Adam, and the general story of him wandering around in a party talking to different people. It had a fun and intelligent feel to it. The story is a nice done in one that had a decent ending too.” Jamie Coville, Collector Times

dylan williams reporter little blackReporter: Little Black

Little Black is a collection of short stories which are collected from various obscure sources. None of this book is from the regular Reporter series.

80 pages
7″ x 8.5″
B/W with color cover

$8.00

 

 

 

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