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  • Drinking at the Movies
    Drinking at the Movies (English, Paperback) Julia Wertz

    Julia Wertz is the anti-Bridget Jones; her diary comics are filled with life's real and often really hilarious moments.

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  • The Infinite Wait and Other Stories
    The Infinite Wait and Other Stories (English, Paperback) Julia Wertz

    These are comics filled with the sometimes messy, heartbreaking and hilarious moments that make up a life.

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  • The Fart Party, Volume 2
    The Fart Party, Volume 2 (English, Paperback) Julia Wertz

    After trying and failing at a long distance relationship with her boyfriend in the originalFart Party collection, Julia quits her job and travels from coast to coast, meeting many strangers who will soon become a huge part of her world. She returns to San Francisco to wisecrack her way through a mundane minimum wage job and learns to love being single. But when her neighborhood gets increasingly...

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  • The Fart Party
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  • Drinking at the Movies
    Drinking at the Movies (English, Paperback) Julia Wertz

    The creator of the popular "Fart Party" comic strip presents a raw reflection on early adulthood through which aspiring artist Wertz moves from San Francisco to Brooklyn at the height of Obama's election frenzy and endures a series of minimum-wage jobs, local competitiveness and problems back home. Original.

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  • Museum of Mistakes
    Museum of Mistakes (English, Paperback) Julia Wertz

    In 2004, Julia Wertz began a series of funny, irreverent autobiographical comics she called "The Fart Party." After posting these comics online to acclaim and controversy, she eventually started collecting these comics as self-published minis which found their way to Atomic Books in Baltimore, who thought they ought to be collected into a proper book so as to garner Julia more laughs and hate...

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