(…) 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
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 […]
Dunce 1 er anmeldt på Serienett: Jens K. Styve er nett kome ut med ei engelskspråkleg minisamling av stripeserien «Dunce». Det er ei god anledning til å sjå litt nærmare på seriens utvikling. Serien som vi nå kallar for «Dunce» (Dumrian) kan sporast attende til Styves nye Patreon-prosjekt i 2014, då han begynte å sende […]