Greg McElhatton from Comic Book Resources gives Matt Loux’s new volume of SALT WATER TAFFY: A CLIMB UP MT. BARNABAS four stars!
“At this point I think it’s safe to say that “Salt Water Taffy” is a bona fide hit. You may not be able to actually eat issues of “Salt Water Taffy” (unlike its namesake) but in every other way, it’s just as deliciously great.” -ComicBookResources.com
Read the entire review here!
Discuss this book with the creator at the Oni Press Forums!
Join creators Matt Loux, Raina Telgemeier, & Dave Roman as they premeir their new comics including the Oni Press release SALT WATER TAFFY VOL. 2 A CLIMB UP MT. BARNABAS! Ice cream, cookies, and comic! Â You can’t go wrong with … Continue reading
Salt Water Taffy creator Matthew Loux sits down with ThePulse.com and talks about his childhood! Give it a Read! Bonus! PopCultureShock.com gives an excellent Comics Double Review of Salt Water Taffy! Read Both Here!
“ [Salt Water Taffy] is infused with an astonishing amount of imagination and that is important to that target audience. This book will allow them to keep the juices flowing in their little dream engines while they try to dissect … Continue reading
The normally hard hitting Indiepulp.com takes a day off and from you average comic fare and gives Matthew Loux’s Salt Water Taffy a read. A good time is had by all! All in all, its a really fun book … … Continue reading
BrokenFrontier.com talks Salt Water Taffy with creator Matthew Loux Read the Whole Interview Here!
GoodComicsForKids.com and The Precocious Curmudgeon agree, Salt Water Taffy is an excellent book. Exciting to the youth and nostalgic to the adults, everyone loves this book! “Jack and Benny act and speak like real kids, allowing readers to empathize with … Continue reading
A nostalgic review of Matthew Loux’s all ages romp Salt Water Taffy hits ReadAboutComics.com. “…I can’t help but think that kids will be just [as] entranced by Loux’s graphic novel as I was by my books back in the day … Continue reading
“[Salt Water Taffy] …the latest from Matt Loux, whose Sidescrollers I found very enjoyable, even though it was made up from overly familiar elements. In this, Loux gives us a more novel (well, unless you read a lot of Stephen … Continue reading
It was an great panel this year, but if you missed it be sure to read the recaps for news and info on recent and upcoming Oni Press books. Both TheQuarterBin.com and Newsarama.com had excellent coverage of Stumped!: the Oni … Continue reading