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Assume Nothing

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Leanne Franson brings you an amazing collection of comic strips featuring her semi-autobiographical character Liliane. This volume contains Liliane's coming-out story, the discovery of a chunk of human skin in her apartment and her quest to become pregnant by any means necessary!
Paperback, 80 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by Slab-O-Concrete Publications (first published 1997)
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Adonis Mann
Feb 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I always find it refreshing to pick up a comic book from time to time. While I am wholly an LGBT Sapiosexual and thoroughly enjoy the pleasures of intellectual literature, at times it's nice to let that go. To regress, if you will, and just delight in something less cerebral and more "down to earth". Such was the case with "Assume Nothing". And mind you, enjoy it I did.

First, allow me to start with the premise, although the blurb did a wonderful job of explaining it.

In this comic book we find a
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Born in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1963, Franson attended Concordia University in Montréal. She graduated in 1985 with distinction after studying fine arts, then went on to more specific study in ceramics at Banff Centre, School of Fine Arts in 1988-89.

While she considers herself a children's book illustrator first and foremost, she has also worked as a dishwasher, massage therapist, short-order cook
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