“One of the finest ongoing comic series from anyone anywhere. Brilliant, real, emotional storytelling. This is a gem that should not go unread.”- WILL NEVINThe Oregonian
"Emotional and unexpected, beautifully simple and yet wonderfully complex. This is what great indie comics look and feel like." - KELLY THOMPSONwriter for Rogue & Gambit, Hawkeye, Captain Phasma, and Heart In A Box
“A rush of love for brave beginnings of both the early internet and the teens who used it to find themselves and each other.”- ELEANOR DAVISauthor of The Hard Tomorrow and How to Be Happy
“Riveting, relatable storylines sure to resound with anyone who has found comfort and connection online in the face of a cruel or uncaring reality. A true gem!”- POWELL’S BOOKSTORE (★ Staff Pick)
"Incredible Doom is an emotional story about finding a community in a completely unexpected place... immediately gripping."
- CBR ★ #2 on CBR's "The 10 Best YA Comics, Ranked"
“A poignant and often hilarious reminder that technology is at its best when it’s easing the ache of loneliness and bringing people together.” - JEFF ZENTNERMorris Award-winning author of The Serpent King
"A gripping story with real consequences and the lucid immediacy of a dream, all wound around the things we're willing to risk to satisfy our need for connection. It sneaks under your skin and knocks you sideways with its specificity and emotional depth." - LUCY BELLWOODauthor of Baggywrinkles, True Believer, and Cartozia Tales
“The human stories of desperation, of reaching out, and of discovering new worlds really shine here both in characterizations and in sharp linework and careful compositions that elegantly highlight meaningful moments. Indeed, volume one ends on a perfectly satisfying note of coming together, even as it promises the story is only beginning.”
- BOOKLIST (★ STARRED REVIEW)
"Incredible Doom is for anyone who wants to flash back to the past."
- THE NEW YORK TIMESfeatured in “5 Y.A. Graphic Novels to Dive Into This Summer"
"Achingly poignant. Readers will root for these characters who are desperately attempting to forge much-needed bonds in this retro-tech drama that gets so much of the Nineties right that it hurts."- SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL (★ STARRED REVIEW)
"Heartfelt computer nerd drama."- KIRKUS REVIEWS
"Bogart’s cartooning renders emotional experiences palpable… protagonists’ nuanced, substantive character arcs offer an accurate look at 1990s-flavored loneliness and geek subcultures."- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
"Will make anyone who grew up in the dawn of the internet nostalgic."- BUZZFEEDfeatured in "15 New Books You Should Read ASAP”and in "21 Upcoming Historical Fiction Books You're Going To Love"
"Rendered in black, white and blue panels but rife with rose-tinted nostalgia, this quirky graphic novel offers a window into the days when nascent computer networks were a haven from harsh realities. -THE CENTER FOR CHILDREN’S BOOKS
“Delivers a powerful narrative of the struggles of growing up in bad situations and how a nascent technology creates new possibilities"- BUT WHY THO (★ FEATURED REVIEW)
"Incredible stuff, instantly became one of my favorite comics running. Stray Bullets via BBS. It is so so so good."
- SAM HUMPHRIESwriter for Higher Earth, Uncanny X-Force, Avengers, Star-Lord, and Green Lanterns
“Perfectly captures the mystery and wonder of the early days of the internet. I’m loving Incredible Doom.”
- ANDY BAIOauthor of Waxy.org and co-founder of XOXO
Featured: "2022 Great Graphic Novels for Teens"- YOUNG ADULT LIBRARY SERVICES ASSOCIATION
"Incredibly strong and not a little disturbing."- CORY DOCTOROWauthor of In Real Life and founder of BoingBoing.com
“A sharp and authentic wild ride that brought me back to my teenage years as a punk with a dial-up connection.” - KEVIN PANETTAco-creator of Bloom
"You've absolutely GOT to read it. Like, now! It's so good!” - TIM NOAKESDazed Media