See You Next Tuesday

See You Next Tuesday

Book - 2015
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"This collection of diary comics features the ennui and wee of twenty-something Jane Mai whose emotions and art traverse the high and low. Moments of visual poetry and heartbreak are interspersed by bad body hair and bathroom disasters--much like life."--Amazon.com.
Publisher: [Toronto, Ontario] : Koyama Press, ©2015.
ISBN: 9781927668252
1927668255
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,illustrations ;,26 cm.

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mclarjh
Jul 26, 2017

Crude pen and ink drawings, mostly about pooping, peeing, and puking.

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otterno11
Apr 25, 2016

An entertaining, if shallow, collection of sketchy memoir comics, Jane Mai's "See You Next Thursday” is a quick, breezy read. Dealing with overdrinking, poor job prospects, sex, immigrant parents, and other 20-something aspects of figuring out this whole adulthood thing, Mai’s work is very funny in a rather raunchy, slackery way, in particular her asides scribbled every few pages. With a deliberately sloppy style, as though jotted down on a napkin at a bar just as the thought or anecdote occurred, there is definitely something very confessional here but on the other hand, it often feels all over the place, with little linking one escapade from another. I am curious to see how her work evolves

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