Azzopardi’s first work that I sampled was created in 2009, and now four years later he produced this book in 2012. He’s been able to hone his craft and I feel that this effort is more representative of his artistic capabilities. The full color cover and heftier stock makes you feel like everything has come together. Azzopardi is closer to reaching his full potential with this book, layouts more consciously planned, strong figure work in the foreground, fully built environments in the background, and a start-to-finish storytelling effort vs. relatively simple diary sketchbooking. The issue covers the creator taking personal stock during a period of “a crazy few months” catching up with old friends, making life-lesson observations, and tabling on the convention circuit. This is Azzopardi’s best work to date and something I recommend without qualification. Grade A.