The American debut of Argentine cartoonist Ezequiel Garca explores the anxiety of aging as a working artist coupled with the uncertain future of his hometown, Buenos Aires, where the cultural firmament is being eroded.
Like Lucy Knisley’s An Age of License spun with Moon and Ba’s Daytripper, Garca finds meaning in autobiography and embraces all the promise and panic that comes with it.
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- Wednesday Comics
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