"Tsu's loneliness and isolation, and the sweetness of the bond with his unlikely friend, are both poignant and potent."—Kirkus Reviews
"Tsu and the Outliers is an interesting look at a new type of superhero: a young non-verbal boy who is able to communicate with a creature that his world is afraid of. There are some interesting discussion points when it comes to bullying since Tsu is judged by his classmates because of his disability. […] Overall, the story is pretty crazy (in a good way), and the end of the book sets up for a definite sequel which I NEED […]"—Unleashing Readers
“E Eero Johnson is one of the most talented illustrators working today - it’s exciting to watch him become one of the most talented comic artists.” —Yuko Shimizu,A Wild Swan, Barbed Wire Baseball
“E Eero Johnson draws you into a world deeper & darker than the Black Forest.” —Nicholas Blechman,Fresh Dialogue One: New Voices in Graphic Design, 100% EVIL, Nozone IX: EMPIRE
“One wild and wooly adventure, it's like Alan Moore and Gary Panter had a love child, rivaling Stranger Things for its beautiful thrills. This is a treasure.” -- Toby Barlow
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