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In such a thick volume there are plenty of moments where this happens, with some gags that feel like personal jokes that a reader wasn’t even meant to get, or entries in a diary that are helpful to the diarist in dealing with something but less so to a reader.
At more than 400 pages, there is need for a more careful curation of the contents in order to craft a more intentional narrative.
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When Finn and Jake are suddenly kidnapped, Princess Bubblegum deputizes two of her most trusted citizens... The crime movie homages come hard and fast in the Candy Kingdom that never sleeps, written by acclaimed cartoonists Yuko Ota and Ananth Panagariya (JOHNNY WANDER)!
Relating tales of post-college life, including friends, family, cats, landlords, and strange everyday experiences, these comics—most one page apiece—contain a plethora of humorous, relatable, and yes, cute observations.
Were this a You Tube channel, there might be many, mostly failed contenders for such entertaining self-exposure; but in illustrated form, what stands out as unique, aside from a well-developed sense of humor, is that Hirsh and Ota also boast undeniable talent.
Eight years, four cats, and three moves are chronicled in this gorgeous hardcover omnibus, which includes a foreword by Raina Telgemeier (Smile, Ghosts).01/16/2017This sometimes-charming collection of the autobiographical web comic Johnny Wander presents the lives of creators Ota and Hirsh as a series of brief comic strips capturing their daily activities.One peril of this type of comic is that the effort to portray yourself and your friends as very charming or very quirky or very silly might feel self-referential as the entries pile up.Pacing, facial expressions, and general creativity are all noteworthy, and the end result is a collection that gains momentum slowly, but never falters.An example of the book’s success is the occasionally appearing “hourly comics” format, in which a number of small panels detail the passage of time in a single day, via hourly checkpoints.