“Mado Peña’s macabre illustrations and muted colors give way to a frenzied red as events reach their climax in Anya Martin’s wonderfully weird “Stuffed Bunny in Doll Land” (so I was not the only girl who found dolls frightening!).”
Lynda Rucker, Review: Womanthology, ComicBuzz, April 17, 2012
“‘Stuffed Bunny in Doll Land,’ written by Anya Martin, had a very eerie and creepy start. I was unsure what direction it was going to take, but it soon was a smart adventure, following our hero, the Stuffed Bunny who was on a mission to rescue the stuffed envelope from mocking captivity. It’s a lovely story, and the washes of colour are really nice, adding a particular atmosphere. Brave Bunny.”
James Bacon, Womanthology Review, ComicBuzz, March 5, 2012
“Mado Peña shows off her big-time-ready artistic capabilities by creating a delightfully fanciful milieu for Anya Martin’s story.”
Poet Mase, Womanthology: Heroic Review: The Kickstarter Sensation offers charm and value, IGN, March 20, 2012
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