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Inhuman Relations Paperback – February 21, 2015
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The original webcomic concentrated on the lives of several families living in the fictional title town, with the children of said families being the main focus, and the local politics and culture of New Jersey was also a major theme. "Inhuman Relations" dispenses with the children and has only adults, though there are occasional flashback sequences which talk about their childhoods. Also, this webcomic has a 1970's-era television sitcom atmosphere, with associated stereotypical silly characters. Tirzah cries a few TOO many tears-unless she is supposed to have some medical problem.
Still funny and entertaining though, but don't expect it to be too much like "Mullein Fields".