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Carol Tyler's tortured reminiscence of her relationship to the weird world of men who won't be honest with their feelings is uplifting and one of the more human comics I've read in a while. The central story revolves around the artist trying to get her father to discuss his experiences in World War II - something he's refused to do for over 40 years. But Tyler also looks at her own relationship with her ex-husband and starts to see a pattern with the uncommunicative men in her life. Her drawings are animated and her pages masterfully designed, yet deceivingly so as her visual style is quite simple. The warmth of the color tones she uses adds an organic quality to this intensely personal labor of love I can't wait for Part 2!









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