Read Sun Bakery: Fresh Collection Online Free - Mecha-suit space documentarians, wish-fulfillment magic jackets, social-status swordplay -- just a taste of the stories featured in SUN BAKERY: FRESH COLLECTION. Collecting the completed stories "Dream Skills," "Arem," "Layered Jacket," as well as supplementary artwork and more from SUN BAKERY Comics Magazine.
Collects issues #1-4
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September 07, 2017
I received a free copy of this book from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review
I basically picked this up because I liked the cover but, since the description of the 'plot' is pretty vague, I wasn't sure exactly what I was in for. Well the art is definitely the best part of this, it has a ver...
February 20, 2018
Sci Fi mix up mash up told mostly thru pictures combined of different elements such as funk, manga, street, and little psychedelia.
February 03, 2018
It was meh. Reminded me of tumblr comics that doesn't look good and isn't funny. I don't completely hate it so I gave it 2 stars
September 02, 2017
OK. I like the intentionally rough artwork and bright colors, but the plots are pretty thin, and the narrative flow is just very "hey this is what's happening, lots talk about it exhaustively."
August 30, 2017
I picked this book up because it looked visually cool, and it came recommended from a customer who who mainly purchases anthologies of up and coming artists with unusual art. He's a big fan of Brandon Graham and Emma Ríos's Island #1, which I also enjoy. Unfortunately, like a few of the stories t...
September 28, 2017
I received this book as a Goodreads giveaway, and I fully support the idea of providing a platform for new artists to expose their work.
The first story may have been the least ambitious, but of the stories in this volume, it also felt the most complete. Commentary on the proliferation of social m...
February 05, 2018
This is a great anthology of zines! First off all the main stories located in this anthology are very creative and full of thought provoking statements about today’s youth culture. As a teen librarian I’m so on the fence if this collection is appropriate for my high school readers but honestly th...
October 09, 2017
Stylish and entertaining; seems heavily inspired by Brandon Graham, perhaps, but that's no bad thing at all. The anthology format here was also fun.