The Flood that Did Come 2020

 As visitors of this site may have spotted I published my first proper graphic novel this year with Avery Hill entitled 'The Flood that Did Come' It could be the perfect Chriistmas gift for that dystopic, apocalyptically inclined friend of yours.

Collected below are links to as many reviews as I could think of as well as some other stuff. 'The Flood that Did Come' is available from all good bookshops as well as The Avery Hill site....

https://averyhillpublishing.bigcartel.com/category/patrick-wray















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Broken Frontier Review

https://www.brokenfrontier.com/patrick-wray-the-flood-that-did-come-avery-hill-review/

''a wittily eccentric and darkly comedic affair''

Comics Review

https://www.comicsreview.co.uk/nowreadthis/2020/08/31/the-flood-that-did-come/

''Simple, breezy and chilling to the core, this tale of resistance and capitulation is made all the more effective by Wray’s cunning choice of art style and faux children’s book feel. ''

Comics Beat

https://www.comicsbeat.com/indie-view-the-flood-that-did-come-came-just-at-the-right-time/

''All in all, it’s a peculiar book with a peculiar presentation, which obviously makes it stand out from just about anything being released these days and which is certainly its major charm.''

''an Enid Blyton dystopia''

https://daredevilsandwarriors.com/2020/06/21/waiting-for-the-floods/

Solrad 

https://solrad.co/britannia-doesnt-rule-the-waves-ryan-carey-reviews-patrick-wrays-the-flood-that-did-come

''Granted, that may be a fairly qualified endorsement of The Flood That Did Come, but it’s in no way an unenthusiastic one. Quite the contrary, in fact. For those with sensibilities broadly considered to be “off-kilter” and who enjoy seeing tried-and-true themes explored via new and interesting artistic methodologies, this book falls somewhere between a clever, largely successful experiment and a truly innovative, borderline-”outsider” art. ''

''Dick and Jane by the Seashore''

Comicon.com

https://www.comicon.com/2020/09/12/dick-and-jane-by-the-seashore-the-flood-that-did-come-reviewed/

Artlyst Interview

https://www.artlyst.com/features/patrick-wray-graphic-storytellers-comic-creatives-conversation-jude-cowan-montague/

Signals from the Hill Podcast

http://www.holdfastnetwork.com/signalsfromthehill

Trailer....





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