The Cute Manifesto

    (Alternative, 2005)
™ and © 2005 James Kochalka

If Matt Groening decided to come up with another success after Life in Hell, The Simpsons, and Futurama, he might very well have come up with this anthology that features a series of comedic vignettes. There’s a nod to Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics when the main character of one of these stories gets trapped in a world of pixelation, and in another tale goes to great lengths to explain the “horrible truth about comics.” The overall theme of the book is one of life and creativity, and the reading is riveting indeed.

— Mark Arnold

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