These books are a big crazy Jodorowsky-style reinterpretation of Bible tales and mythology mixed in with lots of funny swearing and pretty colors. Jesse Moynihan is well known for making the more cerebral and weird Adventure Time stories. If you saw that and thought "I need more" then here is that "more" you wanted.
Moynihan walks a fine line between "weird" and "incomprehensible" and between "clever" and "dumb," and manages to stay on the right side of it through almost every one of these bizarre, demented panels. I can't say that I've ever read anything quite like this (though it did call to mind the weirder bits of The Incal). I'm glad I did.
Forming is a success on so many different levels. First of all, it s simply a beautiful art object filled with page after page of brightly colored and bizarre images. The plot is genuinely complex and even byzantine at times, with multiple betrayals, long cons, and elaborate plans all right below the surface. Because it s well-executed, there s essentially a laugh on every single page. It s certainly the most hilarious cosmogony I ve ever read.
"The Comics Journal"
At times funny, violent, thought-provoking, juvenile (in a good way), and genius  Moynihan has a firm and defined aesthetic that is singular and fantastic.
"Nothing But Comics"
Forming, a super strange graphic novel published by the super strange English publishing house NOBROW and written by possible genius Jesse Moynihan.