“Alex Schumacher makes comics based on real life that come at his subjects with the vitriol of Derf Backderf and the decibel of Lewis Black.” – Walter Ryce, Monterey County Weekly
Bleeding Cool’s Lauren Sisselman had this to say about the webcomic: “The stories are engaging, and if you’re not careful, you will be sucked into them for hours (do this anyway; it’s worth it).” Read her entire review at https://www.bleedingcool.com/2018/04/09/review-decades-inexperience-webcomic/.
The Effective Nerd featured an interview with Alex as well as an incredibly humbling write-up. Reviewer Aaron Lara said: “Schumacher’s writing is poetic. Every line packs a punch. The dry wit paired with brutal introspection leave Luke with a personality of optimistic hopelessness.” Read his full review at https://effectivenerd.com/2018/11/29/decades-of-inexperience-review-indie-comic-review/.
Dexter Buschetelli placed DECADES OF (in)EXPERIENCE front and center in Multiversity’s Webcomics Weekly of 3/5/2019, saying: “The series could be best summarized as a beautiful mess… All of this visual competence is the polish on the presentation of the disarranged dishevelment that is Luke’s life.” Read his full take on the webcomic at http://www.multiversitycomics.com/reviews/the-webcomics-weekly-3-5-19/.