This is Still America #2 by George
George reprinted most of the review for #1 inside this book as a synopsis/review, so for those of you who only picked up the second issue and are wondering why thereâ€™s such a crappy synopsis, thatâ€™s sort of my fault. Hey, if I knew that people were going to be taking these rambles and using them to summing up their last book, I would try to make them a little more coherent. In this issue we get to see exactly why the young man from the first issue didnâ€™t care that his Dad was gone. Some of it you might expect, other parts of it you probably wonâ€™t, but itâ€™s a pretty powerful indictment of shitty parenting where the parent is crazy enough to think that theyâ€™re teaching the child some good life lessons. This is essentially a day in the life of this young man, so thereâ€™s not a whole lot more to say about it than that. I still love the linework in this book, as a book without any solid blacks is oddly soothing, and Iâ€™m still fascinated to see what happens next. Both good signs for a book only on its second issue.