It can't be easy putting those awkward years on paper like this for people to read. And with each issue running about 60 pages, you're definitely getting a whole lot to read (and see, if you get my drift). My only reservation is at $5.99 per issue, that's asking a whole lot from your audience – especially for an unknown, black and white book. Personally, I think it's a small price to pay for something completely out of the norm and rousingly entertaining. Read Full Review
As is the case with any good autobiographical comic, this book's greatest strength is the writer's honesty. These stories don't make him seem like any kind of smooth operator or poetic soul who always knows the right thing to say to melt a woman's heart. He's a schlub, a regular guy whose sexual experiences and romances are often the result of accidents or intoxicants. He makes bad decisions and has bad reactions, but he's basically a decent guy who's capable of tenderness. The ultimate lesson we see him learn over time is that a great romance has as its foundation a great friendship. Read Full Review
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