Minivanity

Brian draws funny, and he writes well The depth of feeling he pours into a look of total exasperation, the piercing stare of an embittered mate, the self righteous sneer of an eight year old tells me he s been there and lived Lynn Johnston, creator of For Better or For Worse Poor Adam has to face facts With three rambunctious kids, the harried househusband nee Brian draws funny, and he writes well The depth of feeling he pours into a look of total exasperation, the piercing stare of an embittered mate, the self righteous sneer of an eight year old tells me he s been there and lived Lynn Johnston, creator of For Better or For Worse Poor Adam has to face facts With three rambunctious kids, the harried househusband needs a minivan But to actually be seen in an overgrown, kid moving station wagon No way Cartoonist Brian Basset is in rare form in Minivanity, trailing his hapless hero as he slinks into a minivan support group It s only the latest adventure for the creatively challenged Adam Newman, who stays home to care for Clayton, Katy, and Nick while wife Laura goes to work From paying his kids to clean the bathroom to setting his schedule according to TV Guide, Adam handles the household with aplomb Yet Adam, the comic strip, is much than a funny look at a stay at home dad With on the mark writing and a drawing style that says it all, Adam captures the delights and distresses of parenthood Readers of both genders whether they work outside or inside the home identify with the Newmans routines and responsibilities, and appreciate Basset s ability to make it all seem humorous Brian Basset is a multitalented cartoonist who has produced Adam since 1984 Like Adam collections, Adam, Life in the Fast Food Lane, and Life Begins at 6 40, Minivanity epitomizes the fun and foibles of the balancing life.
Minivanity Brian draws funny and he writes well The depth of feeling he pours into a look of total exasperation the piercing stare of an embittered mate the self righteous sneer of an eight year old tells me

  • Title: Minivanity
  • Author: Brian Basset
  • ISBN: 9780836204179
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
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