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Review: Freelance Blues issues 3 & 4

"The shining moments of FLB3 &4 are the brief-but-beautiful interactions Lance has with his sisters in phone conversations cut short, or looking at maps of jobs they have plotted out for him all across the continental U.S.A., bringing the relationship to such genuine and sweet focus that I can’t help but think “what a nice thing for them to do.” A monologue mid-issue 4 that wedges all of Bunkman’s job-hate into an just-ill-fitting-enough-to-be-charming Hamlet homage reminds us that the guy is not just family-oriented, and has enough personal layers that the fact that he keeps on these job quests is a stronger testament to his character than any narrator could have offered."

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