Everyman Glenn Ganges ruminates on the simple times of the dot-com era when the reality of business was propped up by the unreality of addictive technology and hope. Kevin Huizenga cleverly parallels that unreality with the unreality of addictive networked first-person shooter video games, and the attempts of people around him to genuinely connect with each other. Huizenga’s elegant neo-clear-line style brings a crispness and humor to these low-key slice-of-life stories, and the gray-blue duotone he has picked gives the art a new depth and complexity.
"The best [cartoonist] thus far of his generation, Kevin Huizenga, makes amazing comics using a classic everyman, Glenn Ganges." – Tom Spurgeon, The Comics Reporter
"You can pretty much rest assured that this is the sort of comic that will be mentioned as one of the best of the year next January, and it deserves the name — Huizenga, an artist who is more welcoming and easier to embrace than an Adrian Tomine or a Joe Matt, continues to be one of the most exciting voices in any description of what people call comics... Huizenga is able to maturely detail something that's truthful, funny, and gorgeous to look at." – Tucker Stone, The Factual Opinion
"A thoroughly excellent issue, the kind of thing I want to hand to people who ask 'what kind of comics do you like?' ...a fantastic, hilarious, perfectly observed piece of cartooning." – Douglas Wolk, The Savage Critics
"A must-have." – Occasional Superheroine
"Nuanced, poignant... Huizenga paces the story precisely... It's a masterful piece of comics storytelling... [Grade] A-" – The A.V. Club