The Comics Journal reviews Square Dance #4

This particular edition of Colin Tedford’s Square Dance suggests what underground comics might have been in their nth iteration if maybe America and its cartoonists had progressed differently. For instance, what if, when head shops disappeared, the undergrounds migrated and were sold in farm and feed supply stores?

…so begins Rich Kreiner’s review of Square Dance #4 at The Comics Journal.

(If so inspired, you can of course buy Square Dance #4 here or here.)

Comments (2)
  1. Hey Colin! That’s a great review. I love the way he looked at your work, it was a really refreshing point of view. I think he really captured (and appreciated) your complete uniqueness in the comics world. Congratulations!

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