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One More Year Hardcover – June 20, 2017
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“One More Year is an astoundingly well-crafted and punishingly heartfelt depiction of mental illness and codependence, one that also manages to make you laugh uncomfortably at the horrible decisions made by the characters you’re watching.”
“One More Year is mean-spirited, cynical, bitterly depressing, and vulgar in the extreme. But it’s in that junkyard of a world that Hanselmann manages to coax up a truly compelling and flawed transfeminine character.”
“Readers struggling with their own demons will find this anthology chillingly real.”
- Publishers Weekly
“Hanselmann succeeds not only in pursuing cringe humor to its darkest corner but also in his depiction of hallucinatory states―expect plenty of dripping appendages and faces, along with wild and wide-ranging color schemes.”
“In this latest edition we certainly get more of what drew us to Hanselmann's stories in the first place: the exquisite, teeth-clenching art; the barrage of gross-out humor with scattered moments of poignancy and beauty; an oppressive backdrop that captures the soul-crushing pressure of just being alive. But we also get something new.”
- Under the Radar
“It’s signature Hanselmann: a tale of friends and their endlessly f―ed up antics.”
- The Fader
“These are simultaneously some of the meanest and most tender comics you will ever read.”
- Seattle Weekly
About the Author
Simon Hanselmann is a New York Times best-selling author who was born in Tasmania in 1981. He has contributed comics and illustrations to the Believer and Pitchfork, among other publications. He lives in Seattle, WA and on girlmountain.tumblr.com.
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While this volume isn't as funny as "Amsterdam," fans of the other Meg and Mogg books will certainly enjoy this. As in previous volumes, there are numerous one and two page stories. The strength of this book is the three long stories: "Jobs," "Heat Wave," and "Worst Behavior." Meg and Mogg's drug problems, apathy, laziness and depression/anxiety are as bad as ever, and the latter is addressed even more than before. The title of this volume is taken from Meg's statement to spend "one more year" in "drug world" (it would be an amazing turn by Simon Hanselmann to address Meg's attempt to get clean in a future volume).
Another long story in the book is called "High School," and it really serves as the group's origin story. All the major characters are present.
WW Jones is as insane and inappropriate as ever. The funniest moments in the book involve him, including a ludicrous panel on page 17.
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