Starring pop culture characters that many of us can identify with, this comic hits home. It is a brutal look at how abusive families shape their childrens' future relationships—but also shows the reality of what triggers are, and what effective therapy looks like. Finally, it shows that even when our parents don't get us, things turn out okay if they love us and let us be who we are.
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A new book from the New York Review of Comics collects the work of cartoonist Ed Subitzky. Poor Helpless Comics! will be released on October 10. The book is comprised… READ THE REST
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