A review by analogouspants5
Blood Song by Eric Drooker


First of all: Beautiful artwork.

Story wordlessly touches on far reaching and important themes including war, imperialism, the effects of a inequity in policing, consumerism, the importance of art and artistic expression owned by disenfranchised people; but it didn't really add anything new to any conversations. Perhaps that would be expecting a bit too much since it is entirely image based; but I felt like it had a lot of ideas and images but nothing new to say.