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Mitch Clem sigh Best known for his early punk themed webcomic Nothing Nice To Say and less so for his autobio strip My Stupid Life, Clem has been relatively quiet for the last few years I get it As a sporadic artist myself, it can be very hard to keep those creative fires burning So, if we can t have new Mitch Clem comics, I suppose the next best thing is a new issue of his punk comix anthology, the living situation themed As You Were 4 With contributions from such notables as Liz Mitch Clem sigh Best known for his early punk themed webcomic Nothing Nice To Say and less so for his autobio strip My Stupid Life, Clem has been relatively quiet for the last few years I get it As a sporadic artist myself, it can be very hard to keep those creative fires burning So, if we can t have new Mitch Clem comics, I suppose the next best thing is a new issue of his punk comix anthology, the living situation themed As You Were 4 With contributions from such notables as Liz Prince, Liz Suburbia, Ben Snakepit, and early works by Nomi Kane and Sarah Graley, it s the comic book equivalent of all killer, no filler Despite a wide variety of tones and styles, every piece in As You Were 4 is excellent, proving that, though he may no longer be a consistent maker of comics, he s still very successful at compiling them.FAVORITES Draws A Comic About Every Human He Has Lived With by Rick V Literally, comic strip style gags about every roommate the creator has lived with Nightmare On Milwaukee Avenue by Nomi Kane Future comics superstar Nomi Kane recalls living with a male roommate who was let s say uncomfortable unreasonably, obviously with her female bodily functions Roomate From Hell by Ben Snakepit A clever inversion of the other pieces, Snakepit explains why HE S the worst roommate to live with (((Free Epub))) ↼ Living Situations ↯ An anthology collecting complete original short stories from our favorite comic book artists that grew up in punk rock communities The theme for this fourth volume is Living Situations withcontributions spanning the globe with a variety of gender identities and ethnicity Beautiful and captivating, this volume has it all with tales of adventure, love, loss, chaos, friendship, cats, science fiction and psychedelic fantasy Artists include Aim e Pijpers, Alex Barrett, Alex Krokus, Andra Passen, Andy Warner, Autumn Ballard, Ben Pass, Ben Snakepit, Brad Dwyer, Carolina Porras, Chris Mindtree, Emily Timm, Erin K Wilson, Evan Wolff, James the Stanton, Jim Kettner, Josh PM, Joshum, Kriss Stress, Lindsay Anne Watson, Liz Prince, Liz Suburbia, Meg Has Issues, Mel, Nomi Kane, Rachel Dukes, Rick V, Rob Cureton, Sam Grinberg, Sarah Graley, Shannon Knox, Steve Larder, Steve Thueson, Will Laren, and Wyeth Yates I love this anthology Mitch Clem and Avi Ehrlich always put together a talented and varied roster of cartoonists, and most of them fall outside of my limited comics radar, which is refreshing The theme of issue 4 is Living Situations, and it probably ties with issue 1 House Shows as my favorite one so far My personal favorite stories were Nightmare on Milwaukee Avenue by Nomi Kane which was so good I immediately read it to my wife , and Buying the Baron s House by Erin K Wilson I love this anthology Mitch Clem and Avi Ehrlich always put together a talented and varied roster of cartoonists, and most of them fall outside of my limited comics radar, which is refreshing The theme of issue 4 is Living Situations, and it probably ties with issue 1 House Shows as my favorite one so far My personal favorite stories were Nightmare on Milwaukee Avenue by Nomi Kane which was so good I immediately read it to my wife , and Buying the Baron s House by Erin K Wilson an ambitious story told through two parallel timelines But they re all good This is the fourth volume of Mitch Clem s excellent As You Were series of comics anthologies, all of which I recommend wholeheartedly The selection of work here presents a wide variety of viewpoints under a very broad umbrella of punk, while the authors are a combination of can t miss favorites like Liz Prince and lesser known but very talented ones like Steve Thueson and Erin Wilson The real value in all of these anthologies is the way in which they introduce the reader to a much wider vari This is the fourth volume of Mitch Clem s excellent As You Were series of comics anthologies, all of which I recommend wholeheartedly The selection of work here presents a wide variety of viewpoints under a very broad umbrella of punk, while the authors are a combination of can t miss favorites like Liz Prince and lesser known but very talented ones like Steve Thueson and Erin Wilson The real value in all of these anthologies is the way in which they introduce the reader to a much wider variety of talent, all of it well chosen, than their short lengths would suggest The horrid cover art proves the old maxim as there are many awesome pieces inside If you liked the first three, then this is recommended As it is not as solid as the earlier ones, if this is the first you ve heard of the title, check out the first one. I love this series.