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'''My Brain Hurts''' is an independently published [[comic]] illustrated and written by [[New York]] artist [[Liz Baillie]]. Each issue features a hand-stamped cover (and issue five's cover was printed in glow-in-the-dark-ink).
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'''My Brain Hurts''' is an independently published [[comic]] illustrated and written by New York artist [[Liz Baillie]]. Each issue features a hand-stamped cover (and issue five's cover was printed in glow-in-the-dark-ink).
My Brain Hurts follows the lives of best friends Kate and Joey, two queer teenage punks. The series begins with 16-year-old Kate falling for a female friend and 13-year-old Joey dealing with issues with his father.
My Brain Hurts follows the lives of best friends Kate and Joey, two queer teenage punks. The series begins with 16-year-old Kate falling for a female friend and 13-year-old Joey dealing with issues with his father.
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My Brain Hurts #5
My Brain Hurts #5

My Brain Hurts is an independently published comic illustrated and written by New York artist Liz Baillie. Each issue features a hand-stamped cover (and issue five's cover was printed in glow-in-the-dark-ink).

My Brain Hurts follows the lives of best friends Kate and Joey, two queer teenage punks. The series begins with 16-year-old Kate falling for a female friend and 13-year-old Joey dealing with issues with his father.

Microcosm published a collection of #1-5 as a single volume graphic novel in August of 2007.

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