Graphic novels similar to or like Paying for It

2011 graphic novel by Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown. Wikipedia

  • I Never Liked You

    Graphic novel by Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown. The story first ran between 1991 and 1993 under the title Fuck, in issues of Brown's comic book Yummy Fur; published in book form by Drawn & Quarterly in 1994. Wikipedia

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    Canadian cartoonist. Brown has gone through several stylistic and thematic periods. Wikipedia

  • Ed the Happy Clown

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  • The Little Man (comics)

    Collection of short works by award-winning Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown, published by Drawn & Quarterly in 1998. It collects most of Brown's non-graphic novel short works up to that point, with the notable exception of his incomplete adaptations of the Gospels. Wikipedia

  • The Playboy

    Graphic novel by Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown, serialized in 1990 in Brown's comic book Yummy Fur and collected in different revised book editions in 1992 and 2013. It deals with Brown's guilt and anxiety over his obsessive masturbation to Playboy Playmate models. Wikipedia

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    • The 2011 election coincided with the release of Paying for It, in which Brown talks about his frequenting prostitutes.Chester Brown-Wikipedia
    • This time, the work would not be serialized, and would wait until 2011 to be published as Paying for It.Chester Brown-Wikipedia
    • His Louis Riel and Paying for It were the first two books made available, though Brown is a print-lover who professes little interest in e-books, or computers in general.Louis Riel (comics)-Wikipedia
    • In 2011 Brown returned to autobiography and his relations with women with the graphic novel Paying for It, a polemic arguing for the decriminalization of prostitution.I Never Liked You-Wikipedia
    • In response, Brown wrote Paying for It, a graphic novel written "from the john's point of view, since of course, I don’t think of myself as an evil monster."Invisible Chains-Wikipedia
    • Brown's relationship with Lee is the last boyfriend/girlfriend relationship he had, as he explains in Paying for It.Chester Brown-Wikipedia

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