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The Future's So Bright I Can't Bear to Lookby Tom Tomorrow
Synopses & Reviews
Welcome to a world where George Bush and Dick Cheney are secretly radical leftists trying to destroy the Republican party from within; where Jeffrey Dahmer is a celebrated conservative pundit and the author of such instant bestsellers as Liberals: Kill Them and Eat Them; and where Richard Perle hosts the NeoCon Game Show, awarding fabulous prizes to the contestant with the most outlandishly wrong answers.
Welcome to the world of Tom Tomorrow, whose subversive new anthology skewers the absurdities of American political culture — and the depravities of the Bush era — with the sardonic wit and keen insight his many loyal readers have come to expect. From Hurricane Katrina to the latest presidential campaign, these cartoons provide an unflinching look at where we've been — and just how bright we can expect the future to be.
From the creator of the acerbic and hilarious cartoon, "This Modern World" comes his latest full-color compilation. Tomorrow looks unflinchingly at America and the world in the second, collapsing term of George W. Bush--and looks forward to the future, post-Bush era.
Right wingers beware! Hold on to your hemorrhoid creams and blood pressure pills, cartoonist Tom Tomorrow is back!
About the Author
Tom Tomorrow's cartoons appear each week in Salon.com, as well as the Village Voice and countless other alternative papers across the country. His work has also been featured in The New York Times, U.S. News and World Report, The Nation, Spin, the American Prospect, and Esquire, and on MSNBC's Countdown With Keith Olbermann. He is a two-time recipient of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for Cartooning.
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