Sales. They are the best way to get me trying some new reading. This would be one of those times.
That's good because Grace is a good artist. As you no doubt note, the star of this show is depicted a bit differently from the rest of the cast. While everyone else looks human, in a stylized sort of way, LDB, as he's called by pretty much everyone, is a sort of formless. This depection reflects his view of himself, I presume. It's never explicit in the book. It's a nice artistic choice, no doubt shaped by both creators, but it limits the expressive range of LDB. Granted, he's depressed so his expressions tend to be limited anyway, but Grace does a nice job with those moments when other feelings are required. Of course, he does well with the more human characters who have a greater range available, too.
This arc relates how LDB meets a girl and falls in like. He takes a good while, and several meetings, to even figure out her name. Once he gets past that and hangs out with her a bit, falling more toward love, it all comes crashing down when he discovers she has a boyfriend. It's all very small scale story, delving into the people rather than big events.
In addition to the four issues collected there are some extras, such as pin-ups and cut-outs. I particularly liked the pin-up that referenced Say Anything. That story had some happy little lives, too. Well, mostly happy.