A conversation between two friends during a hike in the woods take a bizarre turn. There’s an interesting tension between these two characters, where the movement between hiding and revealing keeps shifting, from one person providing too much information then being too guarded. This is a great little introduction to Keelin Gorlewski‘s work. She manages to make work with a lot of charm and heartfelt comedy. You should check out her other comics if you can. I had reviewed her mini-comic Crucible back in 2017 and, even though it’s more serious than Space, I quite liked how she managed to be so genuine and honest in her work. She’s an artist to follow. She’s on Twitter and you can find her website here.
You can read the entire comics on Keelin’s website.
Philippe Leblanc is a Canadian comics journalist. In his regular life, he improves Canadian medical education, and is the co-host of the Ottawa Comic Book Club. He reads alternative, indie and art comics at night and write about them for the Comics Beat.