"Your head will spin as Alan Moore's subtly confused myth-building draws you into the comedy and tragedy of Lint's vaulting achievements and gross failures. Tongue-in-cheek Lint enthusiast Leila Johnston is particularly amusing here. Stewart Lee is perfectly pokerfaced whatever preposterous nonsense he's delivering. Self-servingly enigmatic D. Harlan Wilson also spouts twaddle like an enthralled believer who's almost catatonic with worshipful approbation. Chief spokesman and project catalyst, Steve Aylett, remains the keeper of the Lint archives and promoter of both analytical criticism and shameless opinions about the creative world's greatest yet unheralded secret idol."