Paul Moves Out

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Product Details

Price
$19.95
Publisher
Drawn & Quarterly
Publish Date
Pages
120
Dimensions
8.12 X 10.82 X 0.74 inches | 1.59 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781896597874
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About the Author

Award-winning cartoonist Michel Rabagliati grew up in Quebec and worked as a graphic designer for twenty years before becoming a cartoonist at age thirty-nine. He is the author of Paul Has a Summer Job.

Reviews

Praise for Michel Rabagliati:
"Both funny and touching, Michel Rabagliati's "Paul Has a Summer Job" has an authenticity sorely lacking in most forms of entertainment, not least of all comix . . . It reminds you of what you really enjoy literature for--the chance to connect to others and what's real--and get away from superficiality and irony." --Time.com
"Rabagliati's confessional writing is free of self-loathing, and his black-and-white panels eschew halftones for a spirited line that adeptly conveys the messiness and joy of youth." --Ed Park, "The Village Voice"

Praise for Michel Rabagliati:
" Both funny and touching, Michel Rabagliati' s "Paul Has a Summer Job" has an authenticity sorely lacking in most forms of entertainment, not least of all comix . . . It reminds you of what you really enjoy literature for-- the chance to connect to others and what' s real-- and get away from superficiality and irony." -- Time.com
" Rabagliati' s confessional writing is free of self-loathing, and his black-and-white panels eschew halftones for a spirited line that adeptly conveys the messiness and joy of youth." -- Ed Park, "The Village Voice"

Praise for Michel Rabagliati:
“Both funny and touching, Michel Rabagliati’s "Paul Has a Summer Job" has an authenticity sorely lacking in most forms of entertainment, not least of all comix . . . It reminds you of what you really enjoy literature for—the chance to connect to others and what’s real—and get away from superficiality and irony.” —Time.com
“Rabagliati’s confessional writing is free of self-loathing, and his black-and-white panels eschew halftones for a spirited line that adeptly conveys the messiness and joy of youth.” —Ed Park, "The Village Voice"

Praise for Michel Rabagliati:

"Both funny and touching, Michel Rabagliati's "Paul Has a Summer Job" has an authenticity sorely lacking in most forms of entertainment, not least of all comix . . . It reminds you of what you really enjoy literature for--the chance to connect to others and what's real--and get away from superficiality and irony." --Time.com

"Rabagliati's confessional writing is free of self-loathing, and his black-and-white panels eschew halftones for a spirited line that adeptly conveys the messiness and joy of youth." --Ed Park, "The Village Voice"