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Comic Diaries Volume 2: The Newlywed Game

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It's your typical romance: Boy meets girl. Boy proposes to girl. Girl tries not to turn into bridezilla while planning their wedding, trying to get boy to like her vegan cooking, and publishing her first book. In this second Comic Diaries collection from Brittany Long Olsen (DENDO: One Year and One Half in Tokyo), charming slice-of-life cartoons offer a closer look at youn ...more
Kindle Edition, 392 pages
Published October 1st 2019
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Whitney McGruder
Oct 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
So there are a few things I think everyone will enjoy. First, the art style is cute and clean. As someone who is in these comics, I can tell you that her renditions of these people are similar to how they look IRL. Her style is really charming and enjoyable—especially the animals and food!

Olsen’s approach to marriage and her whole engagement was also refreshing and fun. Since this is her journal, she balances the fun and the stress. We have moments of triumph and anxiety. Whether you
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Brittany Long Olsen is a cartoonist and illustrator. In 2008, she decided to start making autobiographical comics every day as her own way of journal-keeping, and she hasn’t missed a day since. Her daily journal comics can be found at comicdiaries.com where she posts cartoons about adventures with her husband and their dog named Jetpack.