dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,
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The fourth IDW treasury: in shut-down bookstores now.

The latest news entry is about the arrival on store shelves of the fourth treasury; once the lockdown is over and book sales start again in two or three months, this will be quite the thing.



Our 4th treasury book in The Complete Library series is now available! Look for it at your local independent bookstore or comic shop! (We don’t sell these in our online store, as they’re very heavy and shipping is too expensive).

This volume includes the story that earned Lynn Johnston a Pulitzer Prize nomination. The ’90s start with a bang for the Pattersons when Elly finds out she is pregnant! Follow April Patterson as she grows from a toddler to a three year old, all in this single volume, but that isn’t all the excitement in the house, especially when there is a teenager around. Michael gets his first summer job, a steady girlfriend, and a driver’s license–if he passes the test. Adolescence is just as challenging for Elizabeth, who navigates middle school, learns to cope with the stigma of wearing glasses, and is peer-pressured into smoking a cigarette! Meanwhile, John succumbs to his (first) mid-life crisis when he buys his first model train.

The highlight of this collection, however, is Lawrence’s coming out story, a tender and compassionate tale of gender identity and acceptance for which Lynn was deservedly nominated for the newspaper industry’s top honor. Includes every comic strip from December 10, 1989 to April 24, 1993.

Each volume also contains a number of annotations by Lynn Johnston detailing motivations for certain strips, funny anecdotes, observations about the reaction from fans, and much more!


The sad thing is that Lynn probably does actually believe that her twisted tale of hysteria, hypocrisy and Connie spending the rest of her worthless life lamenting the fact that she raised a disappointing deviant who selfishly chose to ruin her dreams but she'll tolerate him anyway IS all of those good things in the blurb. It's like how she and Elly are loving, fair, firm, kind and a whole lot of other things that they are not.
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