A Right to be Hostile: The Boondocks Treasury

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Three Rivers Press, 2003 - Humor - 255 pages
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Here’s the first big book of The Boondocks, more than four years and 800 strips of one of the most influential, controversial, and scathingly funny comics ever to run in a daily newspaper.

“With bodacious wit, in just a few panels, each day Aaron serves up—and sends up—life in America through the eyes of two African-American kids who are full of attitude, intelligence, and rebellion. Each time I read the strip, I laugh—and I wonder how long The Boondocks can get away with the things it says. And how on earth can the most truthful thing in the newspaper be the comics?”
—From the foreword by Michael Moore

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Aaron McGruder

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One of the most comical and thought provoking comicsliterary works as a whole... I appreciate the truthfulness that he brings to subjects that may be taboo to some... it a witty and clever way. Ive been a fan of the comics since the Daily News NYC. Definitely a good choice!!! Read full review

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Funny and thought provoking this comic strip is for fans of all races.Like Doonesbury Calvin and Hobbes and the late Bloom County the characters becomelike family. You cant wait to read them everyday! Read full review

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AARON MCGRUDER is the creator of The Boondocks. He lives in Los Angeles, California. The Boondocks made its print debut in 1997 in The Diamondback, student newspaper at the University of Maryland, and now appears daily in more than 250 newspapers around the country and online at www.boondocks.net.

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