Tune in Tomorrow

Tune in Tomorrow

by Tom Tomorrow
     
 

'Tom Tomorrow rounds up the usual suspects: the hypocrisy of the mass media, the calculated idiocy of corporate culture, the duplicity of politicians, and the lunkheadedness of the average American. The flogging is made fresh by a venomous wit, genuine scorn, and a heaping dose of good old-fashioned contempt.' -The Comics Journal  See more details below

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'Tom Tomorrow rounds up the usual suspects: the hypocrisy of the mass media, the calculated idiocy of corporate culture, the duplicity of politicians, and the lunkheadedness of the average American. The flogging is made fresh by a venomous wit, genuine scorn, and a heaping dose of good old-fashioned contempt.' -The Comics Journal

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From the Publisher
"Tom Tomorrow will both fuel your rage and make you laugh at the sneaky bastards in power-my highest compliment." —Matt Groening

"There may be no political cartoonist working today who is more intellectually challenging, visually innovative, or consistently provocative." —MediaFile

"Tom Tomorrow rounds up the usual suspects: the hypocrisy of the mass media, the calculated idiocy of corporate culture, the duplicity of politicians, and the lunkheadedness of the average American. The flogging is made fresh by a venomous wit, genuine scorn, and a heaping dose of good old-fashioned contempt." —The Comics Journal

'Don't stop thinkin' about Tomorrow." --Bill Clinton

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312113445
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
08/15/1994
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
7.98(w) x 7.94(h) x 0.32(d)

Meet the Author

For reasons known only to himself, Tom Tomorrow conducts his daily business under the rather unlikely pseudonym "Dan Perkins." His cartoons appear regularly in approximately eighty papers across the country, and have been featured in Spin magazine, the Utne Reader, the Nation, the Village Voice, The New York Times, the Washington Post, and many other publications. He has been a guest on such national radio programs as "Fresh Air" and "Talk of the Nation," and was once described as "the most important cartoonist in America" by some drunk guy at a party.

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