The Adventures of Unemployed Man

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unemployed man

If you're going to take a lesson away from reading the new comic book 'The Adventures of Unemployed Man,' since teaching life lessons is what comic books do in an oversized way, it's that no one should feel ashamed of being unemployed.

As someone who was laid off during the Great Recession and hasn't yet found full-time work, that's what I got out of the latest book by Erich Origen and Gan Golan, the writers and artists of the New York Times bestseller 'Goodnight Bush,' a parody of the children's classic 'Goodnight Moon.' Their new 80-page book was released Oct. 18 and is drawn and reads like a comic book, although at $15 it's not as cheap as a regular comic book and probably not high on the list of expenses for anyone who's unemployed.