The Cute Girl Network

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Product Details

Price
$27.99  $25.75
Publisher
First Second
Publish Date
Pages
179
Dimensions
6.0 X 8.55 X 0.59 inches | 0.61 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781596437517
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About the Author

Indie comics writer and illustrator MK Reed lives in Brooklyn. She's an old hand at the self publishing scene and her first graphic novel with a traditional publisher was Americus, with Jonathan Hill. Cute Girl Network is her most recent graphic novel.

Greg Means is a writer, editor, and librarian living in Portland, Oregon. He runs the micro-publishing company Tugboat Press and edits the award winning comic book anthology Papercutter. The Cute Girl Network is his first novel.

Joe Flood is a Brooklyn-based cartoonist and a graduate of the prestigious cartooning program at the School for Visual Arts in New York City. He illustrated Stan Nicholls' graphic novel Orcs and has worked on many other titles as well. Cute Girl Network is his most recent graphic novel.

Reviews

"A rich and genuine skater punk romance, eloquently picking apart our notions of Good vs. Evil in dating." --Meredith Gran, author of Octopus Pie


"It's so easy to get comfortable in the world of Cute Girl Network. The beautifully rendered art completely pulls you in, and the natural, breezy dialogue never misses a beat. There is a welcome familiarity--you feel like you've known a version of these people, your old roommate, a friend, an ex. It's a testament to Greg Means and M.K. Reed's skills that they can turn a simple boy-meets-girl story into a real page-turner, and keep you guessing at whose side you're on. I hope there's more where this came from." --Kate Beaton, author of Hark, A Vagrant!

"The Cute Girl Network is more than just some scorned lovers airing their dirty laundry, it's also a very funny story about finding that person who is right for you, even if they're wrong for everyone else. Great art with a great message: I saw a lot of myself in Jane, and if she can persevere in this wacky world of dating, so can I!" --Liz Prince, author of Will You Still Love Me If I Wet the Bed?

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