- Rosalie Doubal
- 11 August 2010
This article is from 2010
Navigates a fine path between the crass and the classy
US comic Hill adopts a shy frat boy persona to chronicle the wide-eyed travels of an unsuccessful rock band of thirtysomethings in Japan. Endearingly conveying the marvel of garage band ambition, Hill’s relentless desire to rock provides a solid basis for further musings on the importance of doing what one loves. Big in Japan navigates a fine path between the crass and the classy.
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