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Invincible Summer by Nicole J. Georges
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Jun 01, 09

really liked it
bookshelves: in-2k9, graphic, queer
Read in June, 2009

i've had this and volume two out for-ever by interlibrary loan from the university of michigan and the due date was approaching without me really cracking the cover(s), so i decided to sit down and seriously read this. what is there not to like about the adventures of a baby gay?

my brain is always telling me that I Do Not Like Zines Or Graphic Novels, but i am learning that my brain is a big dummy, because, for instance, i love nicole georges and lynda barry and everything good about what they do. the first few issues of "invincible summer" were kind of forgettable and maybe over-angsty in the way that confessional-type things tend to be, but then they got really great -- not by forsaking any of the funny/powerful/sad moments, either, but just by having more... clarity. i'm assuming that vol. 2 is only going to get better and i am really looking forward to reading it.

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