By Daryl Cagle and Brian Fairrington, 2008 - This collection of cartoons, by America's top editorial cartoonists, is a history of the 2008 presidential campaign. Hundreds of cartoons drawn from the most popular cartoon site on the web (www.cagle.com) tell the story of the primaries, the debates, the candidates, and all the missteps along the way.
By Tom Tomorrow, 2006 - For years, Tom Tomorrow's acerbic and hilarious political cartoon, This Modern World, has been among the most recognizable and widely read in alternative press. In his first full-color compilation, Tom looks unflinchingly at what America has become in the years since 9/11 - and where it is likely headed.
Edited By Daryle Cagle and Brian Fairrington, 2005 - This cartoon feast for Bush supporters and detractors features the best Bush cartoons from the entire Bush administration, compiled from all the top editorial cartoonists. Some of the moments captured in the cartoons include: Bush and 9/11, the war in Iraq, campaign 2004, Bush and the environment, stem cell research, and more.
By Jim Morin and Walter C. Clemens, Jr., 2008 - Ambushed! recounts the exploits of the Bush administration, at home and abroad, 2001 to 2008, through the lens of a Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist for the Miami Herald and the analysis of a leading political scientist at Boston University and Harvard University.
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By Anthony Lappe and Dan Goldman, 2008 - A scathing near-future satire of the Iraqi occupation that rings with eerie plausibility, this Web comic-to-print hardcover collection follows a cocky young journalist named Jimmy Burns, who finds himself video-blogging across the front lines of Iraq in the year 2011.
By Tom Tomorrow, 2003 - For over 15 years, Tom Tomorrow has been providing his uniquely acerbic, witty, and altogether clearheaded view of media, politics, and overall society in his syndicated cartoon. This massive collection of Tomorrow's greatest hits, unseen gems, and new material is the so far definitive collection of one of the most popular 'underground' cartoonists ever -- a delight to long-time fans and new readers alike.
By Lloyd Dangle, 2007 - This latest collection of Lloyd Dangle's satirical comic strip, Troubletown, chronicles the insanity and incompetence of the Bush war years. With unflinching and hysterical detail, Dangle takes aim at all the Bush-era scandals, sleaze, phony intelligence, lies, and creative accounting that are the symbols of our age.
A full-color trouncing of the Bush dynasty from cult-favorite Village Voice cartoonist Ward Sutton, Sutton Impact brings together the artist's hilarious, irreverent social commentary and his vivid poster art. More than 200 pieces document the flights and folly of an era, from politics to popular music, excoriating the USA PATRIOT Act, John Ashcroft's evangelical songwriting, the Democrats' domestic blunders, and much more.