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There's his take on gendered toys, masculinity, American politics, Christmas, and more. Only one of the pieces has any color, but Dawson is notable for his shading.
His layouts alternate between the spareness of the piece linked above and dense, dark panels full of intensive detail.
I didn't quite understand it, nor did I feel it was cohesive with the rest of the overall story.
Dawson seems to pronounce his opinions and beliefs quite emphatically from the beginning.I wonder if Dawson carries a sense of guilt because he is white and male?I am a minority female, yet I do not wish any white man to feel insecure or guilty about being who he is.It's my review based on how I interpreted Mike Dawson's graphic novel "Rules For Dating My Daughter." Additionally, I do not have any animosity or any ill wishes against the author.Therefore, this review comes from respect and good intentions. I am 100% responsible for not thoroughly reading the campaign's description. But I really thought that the main story would be told in a comical way of raising a daughter.