Outfoxed is just what I want out of a comic. Its story is passionate, literate, but told with a light, inviting touch. It quietly demands my attention with a lovely aesthetic, appealing characters, and creative staging.
I’ve been working near Dylan at Periscope Studio for the last few years, and remember seeing her work on the first pages of her graphic novel, Family Man, shortly after I moved to Portland in 2005. By that time, she’d already finished a graphic novel begun in high school, and was well on her way to intimidating comics creators great and small.
This latest work is further proof that she won’t be stopped.