The Man Who Loved BreastsBy day, Robert Goodin works in the animation industry on shows like Rugrats, As Told by Ginger, The Wild Thornberrys and American Dad. And by night, he's a comics artist/illustrator whose work has appeared in McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, Mome, Project: Romantic and for the Los Angeles Metro Transit Association.Several years back,Top Shelf used to distribute a super-deluxe line of his mini-comics, and now we're very proud to publish his latest project: THE MAN WHO LOVED BREASTS -- a one-shot, 32-page comic book with three amazing stories... In the title piece, The Man Who Loved Breasts, we follow Stanley, a man who has worked a dead-end job his whole life. While looking for a way out, he has epiphany that the secret to happiness is to make a living doing what you love. And while you may be able to guess what he loves most, can you guess where his ambitions take him!? The back-up stories are equally fun, with George Olavatia: Amputee Fetishist involving a fertility clinic and a man with specialized tastes, and A 21st Century Cartoonist in King Arthur's Court, where we find out how useful a cartoonist would have been in the middle ages.