Michel Rabagliati crafts stories that are easily accessible to both young-adult and adult audiences with his semifictional protagonist, Paul. In Paul Moves Out he takes another step into adulthood by moving out of his parents’ house and into his first apartment with his girlfriend, enjoying life’s pleasures
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I really enjoyed reading Michel Rabagliati’s for the first time. It’s a delight to read about this simple relationship so full of happiness. I’ll need to do a little background research to find out how autobiographical Rabagliati’s novels are. (There is a photograph at the end of the book that is in the story.) If you want to read a graphic novel that will make you feel good, pick this one up! Lovely illustrating too!
Hmm. Well, a comics woman I am in love with read this recently and was so bananas about it I got a copy and I . . . OK.
It’s got a beeeaaaauuutiful illustration style–clean & small & bright & tidy which is like my favorite aesthetic; it’s got sweetly tempered characters and a plot that just sort of hums and hems and hops along, not much of anything happening, just a little life, which is like my favorite kind of narrative.
But!!! Aaaahhh!!! It is so unfortunate that like almost righ
J’adore la série Paul! Les petits moments que l’auteur nous partage sont vraiment adorables… La fin, toute en douceur, nous laisse sur une belle émotion, comme si ce que les personnages ressentent se rendait jusqu’au lecteur. Vraiment une belle richesse pour notre littérature québécoise.