Reviews

  • A super knowing romp around the superhero shtick, which knocks all recent competition into a cocked hat.

    Nicholas Smith, Dazed and Confused
  • It's like Holden Caulfield with his phaser set on kill. Phonies beware.

    Time
  • The Death Ray revisits Clowes's trademark mix of eloquent pacing and poignant alienation, while upending the superhero genre to thoughtful and gloriously perverse effect.

    Guardian
  • It is a terrifying idea, and Clowes does well exploring the consequences of being able to act on every violent inclination.

    Independent on Sunday
  • A neat deconstruction of superhero comics and another fascinating, wryly amusing character study by Clowes.

    Henry Northmore, List

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