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Your Mother Is A Lovely Lady: A FLEM Comics collection Paperback – October 22, 2011
About the Author
James L. Grant is a horrible person. Since 1997, he has sold three novels and a short story collection. He has also self published a couple of things. With his wife and co-creator, Mel Hynes, he has drawn thousands of comics over the last decade. He lives in Dallas and tends to get drunk and scream a lot.
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Fun note: It was published "on demand" with a print date the month I ordered it. My copy has an imprint of 28 January 2016. I thought it was cool and it made it feel personalized.
Slightly off topic: I was a fan of J. Grant and Flem! during the comic's original run in the 2000s. I had forgotten most of the details, years later including the name of the comic and the author. I was looking at another comic with a similar style, then thought back on how I enjoyed Flem!, but for the life of me I could not remember the details other than the image of Jay sitting with Andrew Eldritch and AE replacing himself with a bag of milled oats. I found that image, but the image wasn't credited or referenced to J. Grant or Flem!. Using Google Image search, I tried and failed to find a link to the author, or at least the name of the comic. I tried and failed to find it using The Webcomic List. I finally found another image search site imageraider . com, I think, and finally got a link to J. Grant and Flem!. All that work paid off as I got to reread Flem!. I got to read "Failure to Fire" beginning to end and I even got to be annoyed and amused by "Manuel the Wonder Snail". Glad I found flemcomics . com again!