Rob Clough gave a nice little write-up of Asher Craw’s Hungry Summer for The Comics Journal.  Clough says:
“Craw updates the myth of Baba Yaga and puts it in a feminist, modern
context without removing an ounce of her capricious and sometimes
menacing nature. Those who cross her are literally made to lose all
corporeal substance. Those fascinated by her do so at their own peril,
even when they do her a favor. Transformation, blurred gender, and other
forms of identification and the power of everyday magic continue to be
Craw’s main themes, but the oblique way they play out here makes them
all the more fascinating

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