Jason Walz

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"This is about as strong a debut as they come...I wouldn't be surprised if Walz becomes a seminal name in the industry within the next five or ten years."  Click here to read the full review.

-AINT IT COOL NEWS 


"Beautiful and heartbreaking. The story will touch the hearts of anybody who reads it, and maybe help a few broken ones find the courage to mend."

                    -TERRY MOORE, Strangers in Paradise


"Heartfelt, touching, honest, open, and sweet."

                                         -JEFFREY BROWN, Clumsy


"Jason Walz is a cartoonist with a fresh voice and an incredible grasp of what makes a story tick. You don't so much read his work as let it wash over you like a really great song or poem. I can't wait to see what he does next!"

   -JEFF LEMIRE, Essex County, Sweet Tooth


"It's head-and-shoulders above most debut efforts I've seen, including my own."

-GENE YANG, American Born Chinese


"...the honesty of these feelings is portrayed so eloquently in the simple panels that anyone who has a soul is going to connect."  Click here to  read the full review.

-COMIC BASTARDS


"...three days into the new year and we already have a winner for best book of the year...There are precious few books out there with the potential to make you a better human being, and this is on that list" Click here to read the full review.

-OPTICAL SLOTH


"It is a caring and heartfelt memoir that touches on realities related to bereavement, anxiety, and 'moving on.'" Click here for the full review.

-GRAPHIC MEDICINE


"It’s not often you read a small press comic and the first thing you find yourself thinking is 'This guy is going to be the next Craig Thompson'...I’ve a feeling that this will be one of the best small press titles I read all year long. Grade A+." click here for the full review.

-POOPSHEET FOUNDATION


"In terms of narrative structure, thematic structure and emotional structure, this is a strong, effective and touching book and a solid debut." click here for the full review.

-HIGH-LOW by Rob Clough