"Kramers Ergot is not a well-oiled, profit-driven machine, but a labor of love, focused on ideas about comics for people who live and breathe comics." — Paste
"The series makes sense of Harkham's ever-changing tastes by publishing work he admires, and presents it in considered sequence through measured, thoughtful design. His approach to anthology is to produce an independent work which displays its editor’s perspective, not a haphazard assortment of vagabond art." — The Quietus
"The latest issue finds underground icons such as Kim Deitch appearing side-by-side with some of today’s brightest talents, including Michael Deforge, Julia Gfrörer, and Anya Davidson. The short length of the contributions promises an exhilarating, surprising read — and one that’s sure to have people talking." — Broken Frontier
"Some of the pieces are just funny jokes ... some of the better of them are expert slices of life ... it is shot through with continuing themes of illusion and mistake: perfect for an American election year." — The Comics Journal
Powerful and uninhibited cartooning of the highest caliber still exists in the short form — you just have to look. For all these lonely lovers, Kramers Ergot fights the good fight and gathers many of the best and brightest together in one giant oversized collection, so that for a few moments you can fool yourself into believing in a reality where “Comics” is vital and powerful, and can still make you shit your pants with laughter. Kramers Ergot 9 will feature the work of Michael Deforge, Noel Freibert, Steve Weissman, Anya Davidson, Stefan Marx, Abraham Diaz, Leon Sadler, Julia Gfrörer, Adam Buttrick, Kim Deitch, Ben Jones, Andy Burkholder, Antony Huchette, Trevor Alixopulos, Antoine Cossé, Archer Prewitt, Kevin Huizenga, Renee French, and many other greats to be announced.