Aaron Costain’s Entropy follows a golem with a surprisingly modern sensibility, and an even more modern sense of style, as he backtracks through millennia to understand his own creation. Entropy takes place at the intersection of the world’s cultures. Mythologies and religions cross-pollinate, bleed into one another, and form a new soul from synthesis – or they will if our epic hero can outrun man-eating giants, a vicious army of crows, a mute doppelgänger, an angel and one very manipulative, slave-driving cat. Entropy delivers an all-time adventure.
I absolutely love the way it looks. The series wasn't on my radar beforehand, but a certain print caught my eye as I was walking by the table, and I ended up leaving with both the print and all four collections of the comic that he had on hand.
— MTV News
Aaron Costain eschews witless gloss in favour of economy and nonetheless offers an immersing experience... ...As a cartoonist, Costain appears to intuitively grasp the medium's ability to act as a receptacle for outside thoughts and impressions. He gives the reader ample room to breathe, and, in doing so, lends his work a certain depth. In one of his encounters, the golem refers to the work of Haruki Murakami; though removed from Murakami in many ways, Costain has a similar talent for telling dream-like stories without the tedium that usually accompanies other peoples' dreams.
— Broken Pencil
This is a brutal story that leaves you cautiously eyeballing your own cats as they slink through your house.
— Size Matters
Costain likes to take his time and make the reader think about the physical reality of both mundane and highly strange activities.