Paul Hornschemeier vibrantly paints the picture of a 26-year-old who feels stuck. Dragged down by the repetition of working in retail and terrible relationships, Amy Beir turns to phone conversations with a friend who moved to San Francisco and the cartoon Mr. Dangerous to keep her sanity. Hornschemeier uses colorful simplistic drawings to slice out the anxieties of daily life, from being gifted pink unicorn sweatshirts by her mother to the pressure of leaving voice mails. Laced with humor and touches of the surreal Life With Mr. Dangerous captures the struggle of growing up when you’re supposed to be a grown up already.