Get your war on

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Serpent's Tail, 2002 - Humor - 59 pages
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On October 9th 2001, David Rees posted 8 comic strips on his website, depicting the violence of Bush's War on Terrorism. The response was overwhelming. Since that night over eight million people have visited the site (www.mnftiu.cc) as Rees continues to add material that responds to the events of the past months including the anthrax scare, the Enron scandal, the establishment of the Office for Homeland Security, the Israeli incursions and the Palestinian suicide bombings... Combining the savagery of Gerald Scarfe, the profane wisdom of South Park, and the office drone anxieties of Dilbert with the current-events-skewering savvy of Joe Sacco, Get Your War On critiques the US government's ambiguous war on terrorism to reveal a surprisingly wide spectrum of public opinion, bravely giving voice to a grieving, angry, and confused citizenry.

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