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Cross Country

Cross Country Imagine being stuck in a car with your boss for weeks on end as you drive cross country for a work project Imagine your boss is a privileged little snot who won t shut up about his obnoxious frat boy

  • Title: Cross Country
  • Author: M.K. Reed
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • Imagine being stuck in a car with your boss for weeks on end as you drive cross country for a work project Imagine your boss is a privileged little snot who won t shut up about his obnoxious frat boy escapades and petty rich kid grievances This is the living hell that faces Ben as he takes a job working for big box megastore Colby s, all while trying to deal with his ownImagine being stuck in a car with your boss for weeks on end as you drive cross country for a work project Imagine your boss is a privileged little snot who won t shut up about his obnoxious frat boy escapades and petty rich kid grievances This is the living hell that faces Ben as he takes a job working for big box megastore Colby s, all while trying to deal with his own heartbroken past With sharp storytelling and the best dialog in comics Scott McCloud Understanding Comics , up and coming graphic novelist MK Reed revels in the small moments of human interaction while revealing a unique view of modern America.

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    About "M.K. Reed"

    1. M.K. Reed

      MK Reed is a cartoonist currently living in Brooklyn, NY Her book Americus, drawn by Jonathan Hill, is currently being serialized at SaveApathea.She also is a contributor to The Beat and Publisher s Weekly.

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    1. I averaged this to three stars, because the writing deserved more but the artwork deserved less. The artwork is a bit weak, never living up to the writing, which is a twisted road trip.Imagine being on a summer road trip with your boss, traveling with him to outlets of his company in the middle of nowhere. They all begin to blur, as each small town has its own quirks, but the real story is how little the two men have in common, as they go from town to town. This is also a story weakness, as it b [...]



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