Angry little girls, but IMO cut er :-)
The art is a little bit like "Angry Little Girls" in that both are very simply drawn, yet super cute and effective. The fact that this book is in color and has such a great story and universality to it makes me really appreciate it. It's also written like a diary itself, except in comic form, which makes it really quick, pleasant, and fun to read. It's very funny, and sad at the same time--a given, I suppose, as the two main characters are former lovers trying to do the "Let's be friends, even though it makes us feel womp-womp and super awkward" thing. Impressively, even with all the post-breakup sadness and drama that can automatically come in such situations, Toma does a great job of making it really accessible, humorous, and not too heavy at all. Anyone who has ever laughed, cried, or wanted to tear their hair out because of a relationship should definitely check this book out!