Remy Boydell’s 920London And The Comfort In Feeling Doomed

Sometimes all you really need is someone around that recognizes how hopeless everything is.

Upon cursory examination, Remy Boydell’s graphic novel 920London seems like a distinctly modern project. Something that could only have come out the past decade or so. A nostalgic love-letter to the Myspace-era, Hot Topic and the goth-inspired music scenes of the 00s. Anthropomorphic “furry” imagery with a decidedly DeviantArt aesthetic. Frank, unapologetic discussion of gender dysphoria…

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Writer at Macaulay Culkin's Bunny Ears, etc. Destroyed For Comfort frontperson. Alt Gamedev: Death Sword & 23 Rooms. https://www.patreon.com/destroyed4com4t.

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Rani Baker

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Writer at Macaulay Culkin's Bunny Ears, etc. Destroyed For Comfort frontperson. Alt Gamedev: Death Sword & 23 Rooms. https://www.patreon.com/destroyed4com4t.

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