“You can say many things about Iota, the adventurous envelope with a healthy strut and determined focus, but most importantly, Iota is open to change. He doesn’t care if he is given googly eyes to wear and never judges as you peer into his world from the torn sun. Iota’s story is shared across Valleyfold, a storybook in motion with a strict adherence to creating its elements from paper.
Tearaway is representative of old Hollywood, where ingenuity superseded the readiness of green screen. Monsters were created from imaginative rubber or snazzy fish bowls, and whether they were effective or not was irrelevant. Someone had the ingenuity to create them in the first place. Thus, Tearaway, where flowers are tattered, animals are misshapen, and water is a series of torn tubes. Homely, but perfect.”
Read my full Tearaway review at Blogcritics