ZOOPHOBIAI'm stuffy when it comes to books.More Like This
If I can't have a copy in my hands, my desire to read drains away. I'm very sorry, All Webcomics- but if trees haven't died to bring us together, odds are we won't meet.
But I stumbled across Zoophobia- and, hot damn. Intense, vibrant, it blew through my fuddy-duddy preferences and had me hooked. If you haven't seen it yet, just take a glimpse:
The cartoony style explodes with life. It's manic, distorted, potent- reminiscent in some ways of Ren and Stimpy.
Now, as a kid, I never really got into Ren and Stimpy. It's a great cartoon, of course- it was groundbreaking with its perfectly articulated vulgarity. Other cartoons have followed in it's footsteps, using exaggerated visuals to amplify their satire.
I think as a kid, that's why I never got heavily into Ren & Stimpy. I had a thirst for emotionally relatable stories, but their style was used to spotlight grotesque absurdity.