HEADSPACE #3, from Monkeybrain Comics, holds within it art from Eric Zawadzki and Sebastian Piriz, with colours from Eric and Marissa Louise, and Eric lays the letters down from the writing which I have wrought. Back matter is written by me as well as a slick essay from Dan Hill that will have you questioning the world around you, and it’s all designed by Chris Kosek.
I’m very fond of this issue as Sebastian draws an ethereal and emotional Max IRL vignette while Eric brings the pain to Carpenter Cove as Shane finds a way out and home but can’t stop himself detouring into doing something he knows is right but is going to go so so wrong. The scene escalates very quickly – look closely in that limo – and the final page is jaw dropping stuff.
I do believe you will dig what we’ve got for you. So click on over and enjoy.
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To extra convince you, here are some sweet blurbs from fantastic reviews from across the world:“Headspace is one of those mind fuck comics. But believe me it is a damn good fuck.” – Comic Bastards “A science fiction infused comic version of an unwritten, undreamt Rogers Waters concept album fueled by insomnia and Red Bull about a shred of “The Truman Show” that’s been soaking in a tepid Twilight Zone bath, this story truly is wide open.” – CBR
“The complete package is a deal that’s too good to resist.” – Geeks of Doom ““The final panel plays the Abrams-Lindelof game of teasing us with a new mystery having just solved an older one. It’s a pretty good twist, too, one which has me interested in what happens next.” – Bleeding Cool “It is a weird sort of sci-fi psycho-drama that will leave readers wondering, “What happens next?!”” – Newsarama
“Upon further examination of the pieces at work here, Headspace #1 is magnificent.” – All Comic “Throughout it all, [Ryan K Lindsay’s] passion for the story is clear, and it’s quite infectious.” – John Lees ““The concept is brilliant and executed with such skill that’ll you’ll barely find time to take a breath. The pacing is perfect and the world building is insane. It’s as good as first issues get, and it sows the seeds of an infinitely more interesting world to come. I can’t wait to see issue 2.” – Bloody Disgusting “Yes there is still intrigue by the shed load but Headspace balances it against the narrative rather than being led by it.” – MOMBcomics
“Headspace is the spray paint that’ll graffiti the names of Lindsay, Zawadzki and Peterson to the walls of your mind.” – Stash My Comics
“I actually look forward to reading more so I can solve the mystery.” – Word of the Nerd
“I can’t remember when was the last time I read and looked at something equally weird and subconsciously disturbing.” – Trash Mutant