Moves Out covers the years between 1979 -- when Paul met
Lucie at their art school, Studio Seguin -- and 1983, when they move in together. There's a lot of relationship stuff, some art-school teachings (including the inevitable influential teacher who turns out to be gay), and the couple's relationship with Paul's freespirited aged great-aunt Janette. The end of the book also has a long sequence about a visit of Lucie's two nieces (very young at this point) for a day and a night.
I thought Moves Out held together as a single story much more than Goes Fishing did, though Goes Fishing has some stronger individual scenes. Still, Rabagliati is a consistently charming cartoonist, who easily manages the difficult task of turning his own life into fiction without becoming self-indulgent.