(…) after buying Cabin Fever online on a whim, I have to admit wholeheartedly that not only is this dialogue free comic more than worth picking up, it’s one of the best things I have read all year!
Patrick Scattergood, Curiosity of a Social Misfit
I (...) fell in love with his art style — in which I see a little Ralph Steadman and a little Quentin Blake. Simplistic character designs are deceptive and brimming over with life and vitality in a way that is surprising and deeply human.
Robin William Scott, The Mini Comic Courier
Cabin Fever is gorgeous. Really beautiful. Jens has a really organic line, he’s one of those who blends cartoony with DARK really well. It looks fun, but has a foreboding of … Doom.
Optic Blast, Podcast
Dunce (…) är en av de absolut bästa nya serierna. (…) På sitt sätt påminner såväl stämningar, humor och en önskan att ta mediet på allvar om Berke Breatheds mindre klassiker i genren, Outland (Opus i Utgård).
POMEmag har anmeldt Dunce Nr 1: Dunce Number One – Jens K Styve From the pages of an unnamed Norwegian newspaper comes Dunce, a daily comic about a father and son in matching conical hats. The strip chronicles, in classic, four-panel fashion, the pair’s lives, skewing more towards quiet and quirky moments than gags. The […]
Den engelske bloggen Splank har anmeldt Dunce Nr 1: It’s almost exactly a year since I began this blog, in that time I’ve written almost exclusively about comics from the British Isles. I’d always intended to extend the range a little, perhaps covering comics from Europe or the occasional American book that really caught my […]