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AEIOU or Any Easy Intimacy (2005) - TPB
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Cover Date: June 29 2005
Cover Price: US $ 12.00

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Format: Black & White; Original Graphic Novel; 224 pages

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The misbegotten relationships that Brown began recounting in his graphic-novel debut,Clumsy (2003), and continued chronicling in Unlikely (2003), just flow on. Like its predecessors, his relationship here seems doomed from the start. Needy, awkward Jeff is tragically drawn to troubled young women like Sophia, who comes with sexual hang-ups and is a cutter, to boot ("I just don't believe in my heart of hearts that sex with you isn't just another form of self laceration," she tells Jeff--in bed). Again, Brown tells the story in a series of brief scenes of the couple on the phone, having sex, chatting in bed, preparing meals, and hanging out. AEIOU differs from its forebears in that the couple remains together at the end (an author's note indicates that the inevitable breakup has since occurred). Brown's shaky, awkward drawing style seems to spring directly from the shy, tentative character of the Jeff of the strips, with whose sensitivity one sympathizes while wanting, nevertheless, to hear one of his girlfriends tell her side of the sto

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