the oubliette is now open. to be updated monthly, in theory, but you don’t want to set your clock by it, okay?
“The first four chapters of The Oubliette are a wonderful experiment in delivery, with beautiful artwork and a story worth telling.”
— Richard Krauss for Midnight Fiction [ read more ]
“...a tiny thing with a great story, and the awkward dialogue is a marvel for anybody who’s ever gotten in over their head while talking to a crush.”
— Whitey for Optical Sloth [ read more ]
“...though Prologue, a one-page comic in booklet form that unfolds as the plot does, is available online in its entirety, I suggest getting a paper copy, so that you too can find out what comes in small packages.”
— Carrie Try Harder for Inkstuds [ read more ]
“Rubenstein's sense of composition is bold and daring, with the calendar format both a problem to solve and the solution to the problem all at once.”
— Rob Clough for High-Low [ read more ]
“No matter the setting, he really manages to pack a lot of visual and narrative detail into this story.... The level of detail and the grace of the line is very convincing for the reader.”
— Shawn Hoke for Size Matters [ read more ]
“Two of the most interesting comics I picked up at the Stumptown Comic Fest this year...”
— Brian for Stumptown Trade Review [ read more ]
this single-sheet "foldy" comic expands as you read it,
unfolding from its 3" x 2" cover page to a 11" x 8.5" final panel.
black and white • $1.50 (shipping and tax included) • ships within a day or so