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Politics & World Affairs
Whether fictional satire skewering our malevolent and/or less-than-competent leaders, journalistic comics reporting from conflict-torn regions, or trenchant commentary on societal issues, these books present the finest in topical cartooning.
The best of five decades of portraits of American Presidents and their administrations, by perhaps the most influential caricaturist of the late twentieth century, gathered in a comprehensive and visually dynamic book.
"Son of Vision Thing," this book-length story, is a satire of contemporary America that fuses the Bush Administration / Corporate Hegemony / Media Culture with the black and white horror films of the 1930s.
What does it mean to live in America today? If you know there’s no right
answer to that question, you’ll want to read Barack Hussein Obama
— a book
about you; about your country, your family, your president.
Archie Goodwin & Various Artists
The legendary anti-war comic is collected for the first time in its entirety in this softcover volume. Tales from the Revolution through Vietnam, drawn by luminaries like Frazetta, Wood, Severin, Toth and many more.
Max Andersson & Lars Sjunnesson
The 1999 NATO bombing of Serbia. A grenade shell from a Sarajevo souvenir shop. The frozen mummy of Tito... These serve as the starting point for a journey down the collective unconscious of the Balkans.
The acclaimed cartoonist returns to his underground roots, indulging his love of satire and cartooning in this free-wheeling one-man anthology that Sacco promises "will go where it needs to go, and do what it needs to do."
This Spanish cartoonist's hardboiled Chester-Gould-on-crack stylings propel a conspiracy fantasia in which the NRA and an imprisoned drug lord battle over the outcome of a mayoral election. The back-up begins a new "Cabbie" story.
This travelogue of Theroux's nine months abroad in the Baltic state is a penetrating and revelatory examination of a country that, for many, seems alien and distanced from the modern world.
A decade of informed, provocative, cantankerous & hilarious cartoon opinion pieces from our favorite libertarian curmudgeon, on topics ranging from Stupid War to Stupid Sex and, of course, Stupid Politicians. Now with 20 added pages!
A never-before-published 6-page visual essay on George Orwell's 1937 chronicle of a journey into the squalor of England's industrial North.
For close to three decades, Steve Brodner has been the most savage editorial cartoonist/illustrator working in the United States. This is Brodner's absurdly nightmarish journey through the last 30 years of American politics.
Jacques Tardi & Jean-Pierre Verney
Tardi's second WWI masterwork is told with a sustained sense of outrage, pitch-black gallows humor, and impeccably scrupulous historical exactitude, in masterful full color.
Tardi's first WWI masterpiece, complete in English for the first time, focuses on the day to day of the grunts in the trenches, bringing that existence alive as no one has before or since with some of his most stunning artwork.
A new edition bringing two landmark works of graphic nonfiction under one cover, tracing Texas's fight for independence and the unrest in Texas caused by Reconstruction with a chiseled, raw-boned approach and uncanny versimilitude.
Sorel is widely recognized as America's premier illustrator. This is the first compilation of his iconoclastic, cynical, and universally excoriating comic strips. No target escapes his watchful wrath, not even himself.
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Ho Che Anderson
A monumental yet fully rounded and intimate graphic biography of American civil rights leader Martin Luther King, now in a redesigned hardcover edition expanded with unique and original bonus features.
A provocative collection of African-American cultural history and a chronicle of a sociopolitical movement as documented by its recorded media — speeches, poetry, and music — illustrated with record art and other ephemera.
journalistic and autobiographical works are at last collected, as well as a sizable collection of his satirical strips, in book form for the first time. War stories, hilarious reminiscences and more.
Steve Duin & Shannon Wheeler
This devastating look at the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history follows ten Oregonians to the Gulf Coast to gather first-person accounts of the destructive impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
A landmark of journalism and the art form of comics. Based on several months of research and an extended visit to the West Bank and Gaza Strip in the early 1990s, this is a major work of political and historical nonfiction.