King Mini takes his inimitable style and vision into the realm of the long-form narrative in Things You Carry. Vincent's wordless fable builds upon shorter works that only hinted at what he fully realizes in this new book, a story that on its surface is quite simple, but upon repeat visits offers the reader with myriad pathways into the artist, his creation or the act of creation itself.
It’s all very quiet and beautiful and, while open to interpretation, Things You Carry feels like a homecoming story to me. At the end there’s a definite sense that things are right with this world, no matter the mess. It all just comes together.
Sarah Morean on IndieReader.