I was late to the party on this comic, and want to make sure you folks are not in the same fix.
From 1995-1999, Bob Fingerman's Minimum Wage
comic appeared in installments, and I never saw it, despite reading comics heavily then.
Last year a big hardcover omnibus of the series appeared, Maximum Minimum Wage
, and I still never caught on to its glory.
But then, finally, I got hip when Fingerman restarted the series this month, and I bought an issue that knocked me out, then went back to the hardcover collection.
Fingerman's themes and topics are a hitlist of WU obsessions, from weird sex to performance art, from drunken acts of idiocy to angry feminists, from decaying cultural standards to freakish nerds. All presented via beautiful artwork and laugh-out-loud storytelling. I don't think you can go wrong by grabbing a copy of his hardcover and following the new series.