Printed book: The Dial and Other Stories
Mysterious stories about
times and places
"I find Chris Reynolds'
comics very strange, haunting and eccentric, awakening my curiosity
about the world he presents to me. What is this feeling I get
stories... ...Reynolds' comics are truly original and
Oscar Zarate reviews the original edition of The Dial in
The sparse writing style, unique drawings and touch of the absurd which
make up the work of Chris Reynolds have led to his being heralded as
perhaps the most exciting British talent in comics."
there is a partial suspension in time, a curious internal logic and a
feeling of distant menace."
Reynolds is preoccupied
with notions of time and space, and in
his unique vision atmosphere is as important as plot progression, time
can distort and fuse."
Audio podcast about
A story by Mr Damien Love.
The Mauretania Comics film: Hunters of
Mauretania at the
Comic Book Evangelist
- The Graphic Novel
Mauretania Comics for YOUR
Instigated by Paul Harvey in 1985.
These pages and stories © Chris
Printed book: Adventures from Mauretania
page is probably
story is called Monitor's
written and drawn by Chris Reynolds, and it is quite simply my
favourite short comics story, ever."
are truly wonderful
- The Blog
"From the empty factory-scapes to the
mysterious hills and arches of
his strips, there are spaces that the reader’s imaginations
can’t help but want to explore."
you all that Chris Reynolds's
comic strips are the greatest
examples of the form ever
produced in our fair isle."
Word of Bob
"The work of Chris Reynolds and
his friend Paul Harvey is, to me, one of the most singular achievements
in the world of the UK small press."
clean lines of
the art and the dreamlike story invest Mauretania with an
with the sense of place; the persistence and mystery of memory; a
concern with the effects of design; the potency of transformation,
the Comics Journal
devoured MAURETANIA in an
hour and a half, completely in love with the ethereal delicacy of the