A Complete Lowlife
Top Shelf Productions, 2001 - Humor - 107 pages
Witty and poignant, this collection of semi-autobiographical tales focuses on love, despair, lost friendships, and the murky morality of stealing from work. Known for being one of the funniest series ever published in comics form, Lowlife dissects the Slacker / Generation X lifestyle from the inside out, bringing a great amount of humanity to the process along the way.
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Themes of failure through drug abuse, crime, and personal relationships are strong. An early and honest effort by noted cartoonist, the dialogue is heavy and by his own admission, artwork "hurts my ... Read full review