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Big Mushy Happy Lump: A Sarah's Scribbles Collection Paperback – March 7, 2017
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"... Comics So Relatable it Hurts: (BuzzFeed)
"Hillarious illustrations that sum up the bonds of femaie friendship ... Sarah Andersen is known for capturing the good, the bad, and the downright hilarious parts of being a lady. (In) Big Mushy Happy Lump, she hits the nail on the head when it comes to female friendship." (Huffington Post)
"You've probably seen Sarah Andersen's comics ... and you probably feel like Sarah Andersen has the uncanny ability to read your mind and then draw doodles of all your anxieties. Either way, her comics are adorably awkward, and Big Mushy Happy Lump is a delightful collection ..." (Bustle)
“Succinct, easily disseminated odes to the quotidian struggles of millennial life are common in cartooning, but Andersen has perfected—and, in fact, elevated—this form. … Here is work that has been sharpened to a fine point: smart, warm, cutting, and clever. This volume is a witty comfort from beginning to end.” (Starred Review)
About the Author
Sarah Andersen is a young cartoonist and illustrator who lives in Brooklyn.
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The main difference between this book and the last one is that somewhere mid-point the comics start being more related to each other, falling into certain categories (such as Sarah's love for cats or her confessions about sweater thieving), and including her narration outside the strips. This is neither better nor worse than the previous approach, it's just different, but it's understandable for you to feel a bit down if you preferred the more randomized format of the previous book (or the previous section of the current book).
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