"As an aesthetic and commercial object, LAAB is one of the most conceptually intriguing and idiosyncratic comic publications of the year...LAAB reads like an immaculate alt-history artifact plucked from some adjacent pocket of the multiverse where Emory Douglas became the art director for the New York Times and W.E.B. DuBois pursued a career in science fiction."
Review: The Temple of Silence (TCJ)
"It is the kind of scholarly and research-driven deep dive that I wish for about... well, most everything. Duerr gathers every conceivable strand of Crowley's unusual and extremely complicated life and work and weaves them together into a coherent and quite moving whole."