HENRY & GLENN: ADULT ACTIVITY AND COLORING BOOK REVIEWED
“Henry & Glenn: Adult Activity and Coloring Book” is a 128 pages of making a Millennial movement make sense to me. Who would have thought it would take two of my Metal heroes to help get me back into coloring and activity books. Based on the sketches of killer indie cartoonist Tom Neely, we get to follow Henry and Glenn through their days of staying blacker than black. They pal around with their pets, their friends and those nosy Hall & Oates cats.
Plus, a few other indie cartoonists get to hop in on the hi-jinks. There’s everything from Amethyst parody covers to Henry and Glenn finally getting married. If you like what you doodle, then you can cleanly tear it out and put it on the fridge. My three year old is pissed that my art took place over her art, but I gave her a cheesestick and she learned to love my coloring of Danzig. Plus, there’s Paper Dolls. For the female readers, I would love to have the appeal of Paper Dolls explained to me.
You’re literally paying to play with paper that will end up getting destroyed. Give me my hunks of plastic any day.
- Tom Neely
- 128 pages
- Microcosm Publishing