RDCD FIST 1.5
3.25 × 4.25 inches
3 alternate covers
black & white interiors
Skarhus is an interesting thinker, and I like the way he juxtaposes simplistic scenes of violence that are the core of most genre comics with a sort of phenomenology of the entire experience of exploring the space, experiencing the fight and watching the fight all at once, both as a "real" event and as a contrived ritual done for putative entertainment.
— Rob Clough
[A] discrete objet d’art. Inside, it offers a dizzying descent into wavy black and white lines, like an old TV scramble, toward an authoritarian environment of some possible future reality
An Art Brut ghost story based around ideas of new media and its cycle towards disposable or vapid entertainment. TV Casual T. Nelsons in a pocket-size pamphlet. Limited run, multiple covers.