2024: A Graphic Novel

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NBM/ComicsLit, 2001 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 96 pages
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Prepare to be projected forward two decades into Rall's disturbed and terrifying depiction of the future. A world in which giant moguls and software companies have become our new big brothers; a world in which we are immersed and drowning within all-encompassing consumerism - no questions asked... Dislocated from the desentimentalised past, this dystopia is devoid of warmth and humanity. Ted Rall updates and spoofs 1984 in a scathing look at where we could be headed - suitable for mature readers, this one bites!

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About the author (2001)

Ted Rall is a former taxi driver, computer programmer, music critic, telemarketer, and Wall Street trader trainee who launched his career as a social-commentary writer and cartoonist while stealing time from his previous employers (For tips on this, see Chapter 7). He is the author of Waking Up in America, All the Rules Have Changed, and the Firecracker Award-winning graphic novel Real Americans Admit: The Worst Things I've Ever Done. Syndicated by Universal Press Syndicate, Rall's work reaches over 100 publications, from The New York Times and Time magazine to Maximumrocknroll and Z Magazine. Ted won the 1995 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, and was one of three finalists for the 1996 Pulitzer Prize. He's an extreme coffee drinker, and can be reached at http://www.rall.com.

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