Invincible Summer: An Anthology, Volume 2

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Microcosm Publishing, Mar 1, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
31 Reviews
The usual doggies, sheep, and elephants wearing clothes - but this volume, collecting issues #9-14 of the comic, focuses around Nicole Georgesí long term relationship. It begins, blossoms, and then falls apart - as she sails solo on the ocean, pictorally speaking. The first Invincible Summer character to use a real name goes from hero to villain in these 5 issues. We're also treated to the usual vegan recipes, priceless moments, friendships, humor, fashion, and heart from this rad Portland lady.

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Review: Invincible Summer: An Anthology (Invincible Summer #1-8)

User Review  - Kristen Jaques - Goodreads

This was enjoyable but it really needed the neatening up of both images and print that Calling Dr. Laura benefited from. It was kind of illegible in many places. She was in her early 20s the same time ... Read full review

Review: Invincible Summer: An Anthology, Volume II: Issues 9-14 (Invincible Summer #9-14)

User Review  - Tristy - Goodreads

I just adore this. It's so truthful and funny and beautifully put together. Nicole Georges' honesty and great drawing style are so fantastic and delightful. I just want to eat up everything she publishes. What a treasure! Read full review


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About the author (2008)

Nicole J. Georges is a zinester, illustrator, and pet portrait artist. She has been publishing her own zines and autobiographical comics for more than 14 years, the most recent of which Invincible Summer, and teaches self-publishing and autobiographical comic workshops to children and seniors. She lives in Portland, Oregon.

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