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Paul Di FilippoLike such great cartoonists as Mad magazine's Sergio Aragones and Paul Coker, Baker makes the most of his abstracted lines. His two-page spread of an aerial dogfight through the famed St. Louis Arch is striking in its tilted composition. Plus he's swell at drawing sexy babes. Surprisingly, given McGruder's reputation for using occasional search-and-destroy tactics against the objects of his derision, this book ultimately recalls nothing so much as Leonard Wibberly's good-natured The Mouse Who Roared in its farcical, geopolitical shenanigans.
— The Washington Post