Read/Review: “Between Gears” by Natalie Nourigat

Thanks a lot, Matt!


Today’s comic review comes at us from Natalie Nourigat, a lovely Oregonian (is that the way you’re supposed to say it?) whom I met at TCAF and ended up interviewing for this piece on Torontoist.

I picked up her book, Between Gears, primarily because the art style instantly appealed to me; I’m a big fan of a “cartoony, but not too cartoony” flair to my books, and Natalie’s fit that to a T. Her book is about her final year of college, and reads like a personal diary: because I’m going through a similar time in my life (graduating on the 8th!), I figured I’d enjoy the read.

And damn, I did. Read on for the full scoop.

As always, reblogging helps me out a whole bunch. Consider recommending this post to a friend if you liked it! Also, follow me on Twitter and Facebook for more updates!

Read More

  1. randalltumble reblogged this from tally-art
  2. stevenvenn reblogged this from tally-art
  3. judgementscythe reblogged this from imagecomics
  4. imagecomics reblogged this from tally-art
  5. tally-art reblogged this from mattjustmatt and added:
    Thanks a lot, Matt!
  6. atnervesend said: You got Oregonian, right.
  7. mattjustmatt posted this