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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.
Joe Sacco The landmark of comics journalism in an expanded and re-designed edition that includes a host of unseen supplemental material, including background notes, sketches, reference photos, a new interview with Sacco, and much more. Product Details...
Sue Coe This Blab Storybook describes the desperate and cruel economic phenomenon of "live transport" (sheep transported across oceans for slaughter), illustrated by Sue Coe's powerful images. That woolen muffler will never look the same. Product Details...
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Janet Hamlin The only public visual record of the notorious, historic, carefully censored military trials at Guantanamo is Hamlin's courtroom sketches. This book collects her most potent and revealing sketches and chronicles her experience. Product Details...
Jacques Tardi & Jean-Pierre Verney Tardi's two WWI masterpieces form an uncompromising cri de coeur against the inhumanity of war. Two-volume hardcover boxed set. Product Details...
Various Artists A trenchant, funny, fact-based expose of the sleaziest U.S. administration since Harding (and the dumbest since Reagan) by world-class cartoonists: Steve Brodner, Seth Tobocman, Ted Rall, Carol Swain and many more. Product Details...
Jeff Danziger A tour of instruction and exemplification of the political cartooning art, based on the years following the 9/11 attacks. Danziger's work makes a case of how satire and cartooning can be both scold and guide in years of crisis. Product Details...
Tim Kreider As reality gets ever bleaker, Kreider's humor becomes more apocalyptic, deranged, and hilarious. An hysterical chronicle of the end of the Era of Darkness (i.e. the Bush era), and one man's tentative restoration of faith in democracy. Product Details...
Tim Kreider Cynical, astute, blackly hilarious, and deeply biased, this collection is the artistic equivalent of hollow-point bullets fired from a high-powered rifle with a laser sight directly into the brain of the Bush administration. Product Details...
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Bill Mauldin WWII's most famous soldiers return from the frontlines and attempt adjust to peacetime life back in the U.S.A. A brilliant chronicle of the struggles and disillusionments of the early postwar years. Product Details...
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