These Brutally Honest Comics About Adulthood Have Something Everyone Can Relate To
Mari Andrews is a millennial who views adulthood in a complex way. She uses her passion for writing and an occasionally self-deprecating sense of humor to create comics that other 20-somethings and 30-somethings can relate to. Andrews doesn't always poke fun at adulthood, though. Many of her jokes also parody the dating scene and humans' innate desires.
Not sure what to say to coworkers at the next holiday work party? Neither is Andrews, but she uses her comics to show you what and whom to avoid. Don't know how you can survive the week after Tuesday? This outstanding illustrator gives you something to laugh about because you know you're not the only one counting down the days to the weekend. Andrews's work is poignant, raw, and relatable. After perusing her work, you'll probably wonder how you missed out on it for so long.
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