Anything resembling a typical comic vocabulary is being abandoned.
— Comics Bulletin
Austin English’s drawing is gelatinous, daubed, stroked, smeared, erased, redrawn, sculpted, twisted, cringes, flattens out as it squashes inward, maybe reminds one of a landscape and populace for Stravinsky folk songs, or a dream program for tragic Polish puppet plays, crowded, self-replicating and worth checking out. — Gary Panter
A thoughtful artist pushing at the boundaries of what modern comics will accept in terms of an artistic approach. — The Comics Reporter