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Continuing the new hardcover semi-annual format for Palookaville in volume 21, Seth concludes part four of his ongoing Clyde Fans serial with fifty new pages. He presents a selection of sketchbook pages and pieces from his comic strip diary, which employs a mixture of hand-drawn panels and rubber stamps of his own work. Nothing from this diary has ever been published before. The inclusion of autobiographical comics will appeal to longtime readers of Seth s work (with a style reminiscent of Wimbledon Green and content similar to the earliest issues of Palookaville and It s a Good Life, If You Don t Weaken), and reinforces this volume s status as a stand-alone work, a collection of individual stories comprising an anthology of the different types of cartooning work Seth has done.