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Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM By Jane Mai

This collection of diary comics features the ennui and wee of twenty something Jane Mai whose emotions and art traverse the high and low Moments of visual poetry and heartbreak are interspersed by bad body hair and bathroom disasters much like life.Jane Mai is a freelance illustrator and comic artist from Brooklyn, New York Her work has appeared in several anthologies anThis collection of diary comics features the ennui and wee of twenty something Jane Mai whose emotions and art traverse the high and low Moments of visual poetry and heartbreak are interspersed by bad body hair and bathroom disasters much like life.Jane Mai is a freelance illustrator and comic artist from Brooklyn, New York Her work has appeared in several anthologies and self published zines In 2012, Koyama Press published her first book, Sunday in the Park with Boys, which was followed by the zine Sorry I Can t Come in on Monday I m Really Really Sick.
  • Title: See You Next Tuesday
  • Author: Jane Mai
  • ISBN: 9781927668252
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback

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David Schaafsma Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
Talk me outta this but I didn't really like this much. I understand from a couple of you that Jane Mai is a very talented artist and illustrator in her twenties who can really draw beautifully. If this is so, this work might not be memoir but may be fiction, or ironic memoir or parody memoir in the way of Watson's (amazing) Unlovable series, which gently pokes fun of an unpopular lower class white girl in an hilarious way. This tale is very rough in terms of story and insights and artwork, sort [...]
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Phyll Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
the humore is kinda dated even though it's not very old. the social media age and all that. i really identified w/ some of the panels and some of it was very gross which is great.
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Harris Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
An entertaining, if shallow, collection of sketchy memoir comics, Jane Mai's "See You Next Thursday” is a quick, breezy read. Dealing with overdrinking, poor job prospects, sex, immigrant parents, and other 20-something aspects of figuring out this whole adulthood thing, Mai’s work is very funny in a rather raunchy, slackery way, in particular her asides scribbled every few pages. With a deliberately sloppy style, as though jotted down on a napkin at a bar just as the thought or anecdote occ [...]
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Robert Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
This is the flip side of Mai's previous book with Koyama Press, the darkly hued Sunday in the Park with Boys, which explored crippling depression in a rather harrowing fashion. These diary comics and autobio drawings are scrawly and spontaneous and sloppy - the very antithesis of slick and polished (though Mai is a very talented artist and can make gorgeous drawings with the best of them). It's sometimes really funny and often really gross or scatological. Mai is a true original. Read my longer [...]
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Raina Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
Portrait of a person in a moment in time? Possibly excerpts from a sketchbook or a daily-comic exercise.Didn't find her particularly likeable (although that's kind of the point of the :ahem: title), but maybe this is part of the breaking-of-taboos movement? Not particularly polished illustration style, which is fitting for the style, to an extent. Ultimately, I just found this forgettable.
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Christine Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
Odd but incredibly cute and relatable. Like hanging out with that one ADD introvert friend who is the queen of tumblr. So many of the comics I wanted to take a picture of and send to someone they were so funny.
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Anna Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
Jane Mai is that girl from high school who cuts her own bangs and doodled in all of her classes. Not that this not very chronically reliable graphic novel detailing her life has said such - in fact, you'll learn about what a blumpkin is and that people eat in dressing rooms. For the most part, she's able to sketch the funny and sad thoughts that she's had in her life, some of which qualify as the picture-perfect post shared between Tumblr millennials. However, the lack of cohesions causes See Yo [...]
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Jim Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
Have you considered that I’m not insecure…And that you are an asshole? This! Jane Mai is awesome. Irreverent and hilarious, this book has crappy art, but it’s the best. It’s wrong in so many ways, that it’s perfect. Let a bitch have some gravitas, okay?
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jt Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
I wasn't blown away by this book, but I don't think that was the intention. Contains a bunch of hastily scrawled diary comics, usually about drinking, hanging out with friends, pooping or puking. From reading other reviews I gather Jane Mai's other Koyama Press book is darker, more focused and better drawn, so I'll definitely check that out. Don't get me wrong, these were funny and self-deprecating, but they were obviously the work of a somewhat immature young lady and possibly not intended for [...]
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Alison Lafferty Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
I don't always read comics/graphic novels, but when I do, they're sarcastic and weird and funny and brutally honest about constipation and diarrhea. That was this book. It was good and there was a dog in it.
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Kat High Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
Yeah, okay, so the thing is, I was pretty stricken with the cover here and wound up disappointed when everything was said and done. The artwork was scrappy, quick, and disorganized. The content was occasionally funny, occasionally relateable, but mostly just strange, nonsensical, and crude.
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Benson Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
a bit hard to understand at times, but the sketches are cute and the stories are funny (but sometimes sad). nice book.
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Hannah Garden Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
wehhhh waaahhhhhh eennhhhh mmrrrrrjane mai did a thing at desert island last night and what a little creep i love her these comics are great
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Anthony Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
My mom's book is funny as shit. Read it.
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Andrés Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
Si de verdad es autobiográfico, entonces la morra es medio mierdilla. Igual divierte.
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Stephanie Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
I dunno how to explain why this got on my nerves except to say it's too aggressively straight?
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Robin Sep 18, 2020 - 21:05 PM
Not as witty as Liz Prince, but relatable and off-the-cuff. Mai makes me want to write more.
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See You Next Tuesday By Jane Mai This collection of diary comics features the ennui and wee of twenty something Jane Mai whose emotions and art traverse the high and low Moments of visual poetry and heartbreak are interspersed by bad body hair and bathroom disasters much like life.Jane Mai is a freelance illustrator and comic artist from Brooklyn, New York Her work has appeared in several anthologies anThis collection of diary comics features the ennui and wee of twenty something Jane Mai whose emotions and art traverse the high and low Moments of visual poetry and heartbreak are interspersed by bad body hair and bathroom disasters much like life.Jane Mai is a freelance illustrator and comic artist from Brooklyn, New York Her work has appeared in several anthologies and self published zines In 2012, Koyama Press published her first book, Sunday in the Park with Boys, which was followed by the zine Sorry I Can t Come in on Monday I m Really Really Sick.

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