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I enjoyed reading Adrian Tomine's new graphic novel Shortcomings so much that I pretty much devoured it in one short sitting. Tomine (pronounced toe-mean-ay) is most known for his Optive Nerve comics, but some of you may have also seen his work featured in The New Yorker, Details, or Esquire just to name a few publications. Tomine's art has also graced covers and posters for indie bands like The Eels and Weezer.

Read some rave reviews for Shortcomings from Jonathan Lethem and The Village Voice here, from the NY Times here, or from Paste Magazine here.

Visit the Shortcomings Mini-Site

Order Shortcomings here

Read a Q & A with Adrian Tomine from NY Magazine


Checkout some of Adrian Tomine's great artwork here


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