Pretty Flavours by J. Webster Sharp. $12, magazine size, 20 pages. Black and white. 

This comic is a singular vision, told in a highly unique pointillist style. There are shades of Bryan Talbot and Rene French here, but all that is largely irrelevant in the context of the deeply personal and truly moving world Sharp creates. Sexual imagery that is made not with heavy handed disturbing intentions but revealing something difficult and affecting all the same. Dream like is too much of a cliche for the visionary intentions at play here. Highly recommended.