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Super Chill - A Year of Living Anxiously

Adam Ellis

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Adam’s comics deal with weightier topics like seasonal affective disorder and struggles with self-esteem, while also touching on the silly and absurd—like his brief, but intense obsession with crystals. With a bright, positive outlook and a sense of humor, Super Chill tells a story that is both highly relatable and intensely personal.

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