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Hello my little jazz cats.

Yes it has been a long time since we’ve posted. Yes we’re sorry. Yes we’re trying to change for the better. No, you don’t deserve better. Anyways, it has been interesting times for all of us on the sleepisfortheweak.org team. NotHayma, she’s in space now. Well, we all are, but her especially.  Anyway, I wanted to give all of you out there in radio-land two quick, ultra-mini reviews of stuff that came out this week.

Saturn Apartments

Class conflict in space. I was hoping that this would be the next PlanetES, but it’s not. I like the art, but the writing and characters seem a bit off. For instance, the main antagonist doesn’t like the protagonist because he (the antagonist) thinks that the protagonist has had it waaaaay to easy since the protagonist’s father died on the job. I’ll keep on buying this one, because I like comics about poor people in space. It gives me hope that one day I’ll join NotHayma up there.

I’ll Give It My All…Tomorrow

Normally I don’t like quasi-autobiographical comics about cartoonists talking about how hard it is to be cartoonists. This comic is no exception. It’s a bit better than some others I can name, but at the end of the day, it’s still about a guy (not) drawing comics. I can see myself do that everyday for free.

4 Responses to “It’s not that we’re bad people, it’s just that we’re bad at being people”

  1. on 25 May 2010 at 7:26 am Pushback on pushback « MangaBlog

    [...] Red String doujinshi!) at Comics Worth Reading. Bad Jew has two ultra-micro-mini reviews of new Viz releases at Sleep Is For the Weak. And the Manga Recon bloggers take a quick look at some new titles in [...]

  2. on 26 May 2010 at 5:07 pm misa-chan

    Yayz, another post!

  3. on 26 May 2010 at 5:14 pm misa-chan

    *pauses* Wait . . . so NotHayama is literally in space? Or is that a metaphor I’m too dense to get?

  4. on 27 May 2010 at 11:44 am Evelyn

    Same question as Misa-chan; is NotHayama really in space???

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