5" x 7.5". Black and white. 160 pages.
Eschew deploys a truly immaculate, almost inhumanly perfect line to depict us at our messiest and most human. SPACE includes the first three issues of the series, expanded and enhanced, along with a host of rarely seen and never before printed work. Sergel captures life’s little moments, when no one is looking, that make you laugh out loud to remember, that you would think twice before sharing and that are the building blocks of wisdom.
“This black-and-white anthology goes for the absurd, more often than not, starting with “Flying Squirrel,” in which a squirrel indeed flies, but unwittingly so. It’s wordless, save for one laugh-aloud line at the end... And you’re an asshole if you laugh. Like I did.”
Rod Lott, of Bookgasm
“I don’t know why this series and Robert Sergel aren’t catching more buzz! Or maybe they are and I am just not jacked in (possible but unlikely, as I have my finger on the pulse of today’s youth). Anyway, Eschew offers nice tidy art, nice dry humor, and nice dreary atmosphere. In return, I offer my full endorsement, whether or not that means anything to you.”
Minty Lewis, of PS Comics (Secret Acres) and Cartoon Network’s The Regular Show