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Genre: Workplace
Date Added: 14 December 2004
Last Update: 25 May 2007
Current Comic Ranking: 14710/23731
Views This Month: 19   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 30   (More...)
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Political cartoons by the creator of Ozy and Millie

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Illjwamh 4/5
If it has a weakness, it's harping on the same issues over and over again. Sure, that's what political speakers and activists do, but in comic strip form there's the risk of ceasing to be entertaining.

Still, for a "left-wing POV only" strip, it does its job well. What is that job, you ask? Making fun of politicians (mostly conservatives here, of course), and making us think, regardless of whether or not we agree.
I think DC's comic does a good job of pointing out the blaringly obvious in a high-brow, if blunt way for the amusement of all, personally. This isn't really a satire, it's just how politics are. And it's there because not enough people question the things that they should.

Can't say I agree with Ami, especially since he didn't cite where DC had supposedly called straw-man without using one. Not nice to say if proof isn't also presented.
Ami 1/5
Not a particularly good comic unless you’re pretty far to the left and like being catered to or the far right and like feeling persecuted (sadly that‘s a pretty large market). Uses the disturbingly popular trend of making his point against a straw man, often going as far as not having a straw man at all, but rather having a caricature of a conservative political figure confirm his opinion. Besides that the comic really isn’t funny that often. If you want far left political cartoons there are plenty of funnier ones available. Ozy and Millie is a much better work.
monkeyangst 4/5
I agree that Simpson uses a lot of strawmen, but I'm hardly one to bitch about that. His jokes are, in my opinion, just as funny as the ones in Ozy and Millie. His art here is not quite as involved, though.
smileyfaceman 1/5
Not as funny as his other comic Ozy and Millie. Nor as insightful.

Just a bunch of strawmen for him to knock down.
A good political comic by the author of Ozy and Millie.
The artwork is about average, and the humor is delicious.

This comic deserves more attention then it gets, if it's only #555 on the Order-of-Popularity list.

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