Only Adriane Tomine would dare to turn his own wedding into a comic book, hawk it to the public, and hope to get away with it. And get away with he does, in this cute, little 56 page hardcover that is quite a pleasure (perhaps a guilty one) to read. He tells his tale in an expertly prepared formal blend that is composed of a series of vignettes – all executed employing a standard nine-panel grid – that are punctuated with single-panel gag cartoons that are part New Yorker, part Family Circus. Tomine's art here is as expert as ever, but is rendered in a slightly less polished manner that stands in regard to his previously published work in a way that is somewhat analagous to how Seth's "sketchbook" graphic novel Wimbledon Green stands to his previously published work. The perfect gift for that special someone you'd like to drop a hint to.