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Scorn #1, review by Don Macpherson

Scorn #1, review by Don Macpherson

“…There’s a gritty intensity to the art that’s in keeping with the tone of the story, and the somewhat unconventional approach to the sequential art really allows artist Phillip Neundorf’s work to stand out. This is a solid debut effort from two unknowns, and I suspect that as they hone their storytelling in the coming […]

Scorn #2, review by Dave Baxter

Scorn #2, review by Dave Baxter

“Neundorf not only produces pictures on a par with any Ben Templesmith template of color and expressionistic action, but he also, into every panel, works an overlay of nearly abstract enhancement, an exoskeleton of squiggly off-color action lines and subtly woven-in miniature frames which subliminally lead the reader’s eyes from detail to detail. If you’re […]

Scorn #1 (5* out 5), review by John L. Daniels

Scorn #1 (5* out 5), review by John L. Daniels

“…Passionately written, the story evokes sentiments of injustice. Moyers writes what others would like to do by the victim’s friends or family who are left behind. The artwork by Philipp S. Neundorf is harrowing and displayed eloquently as seen by the characterizations in the panels. Scorn #1 is a quality title by the sensational creative […]

Scorn #1, Interview w. Nick Defina by John L. Daniels

Scorn #1, Interview w. Nick Defina by John L. Daniels

“…Scorn reflects the harsh reality of how current society has evolved.(…) It is a book that is filled with emotion and it can be seen through the amazing artwork of Philipp Neundorf. It’s a story of how an individual takes matters into his own hands when no one else would. Scorn reflects the harsh reality […]

Ich hab’ die Unschuld kotzen sehen, Rezension von Oliver Lippert

Ich hab’ die Unschuld kotzen sehen, Rezension von Oliver Lippert

“…Dirk Bernemann hat damals die literarische Welt in ihren Grundfesten erschüttert und hat sich das nun zum Beruf gemacht. Jetzt ist vor zehn Tagen die Comicversion erschienen, dessen Zeichnungen zwar gut, wenngleich aber auch gewöhnungsbedürftig sind, (stilistisch gesehen) aber die Kraft des Schlages ist nicht mehr so stark. Aber es ist dennoch wahrlich interessant zu […]

Scorn #1, review by Ambush Bug

Scorn #1, review by Ambush Bug

“…Artist/writer Moyers Neundorf does a great job of conveying a somber and dark mood in his panels. Scratchings and smudges are all over the place to convey the muddy feelings that these pages are filled with. And he makes it a pretty compelling read, even though the story of revenge is a well tread road. […]

DCLXVI, preview by Michael Hutchison

DCLXVI, preview by Michael Hutchison

“Inkplosion is now highlighting the latest work of Philipp S. Neundorf, called “DCLXVI.” It’s very Vertigo-ish, full of mature content, so be warned. Phil’s European, so the women are almost always naked…and you get to see a couple having sex to a George Bush speech. (Well, if you hadn’t clicked the link already, I bet […]

Ich Hab Die Unschuld Kotzen Sehen Buch (8* von 10), Rezension von Hypnotoad

Ich Hab Die Unschuld Kotzen Sehen Buch (8* von 10), Rezension von Hypnotoad

“…Allerdings hat die Form des Comics einen Vorteil gegenüber dem klassischen Roman: Bilder! Und da ist Neundorf definitiv ein ganz Großer. Seine Art zu zeichnen ist extrem direkt und explizit. An diesen Stil muss man sich zunächst einmal gewöhnen. Hat man dies jedoch getan, rückt der Text fast automatisch gänzlich in den Hintergrund, denn Neundorf […]