Having observed the tremendous popularity of DC Comics New 52 initiative, whereby the publisher relaunched its entire line of superher titles with designed costumes, retooled creative teams and updated origins, cartoonist Ward Sutton wondered if the same kind of aesthetic overhaul could be helpful to politicians. With that in mind, Sutton created a series of amusing portraits for The Village Voice that imagi
We're still over one year away from the United States' next presidential election, which is hard to believe based on what we see and hear in the media. The Republican party has yet to select a candidate to oppose President Barack Obama in 2012, but the GOP's primary campaign very quickly
Picture in your mind the most insane possible story that could be contained in a book named Steampunk Palin. Go ahead, take ten seconds or so to imagine it perfectly in your mind's eye. Use this cover image for help.
On sale later this month is Archie #617, continuing the beautifully titled "Campaign Pains" storyline that guest-stars President Barack Obama and Sarah Palin. The previous issue saw Archie Andrews and Reggie Mantle running against each other for student government and drawing the real-life politicians to Riverdale in search of explanations for some dubious photographs that appeared to be endorsements. As we d
On sale now is Archie #616, which contains part one of the "Campaign Pain" storyline, guest-starring President Barack Obama and Sarah Palin. Although the story by Alex Simmons and Dan Parent is way too late to be part of the wave of
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Longtime readers of America's most enduring humor magazine, MAD, are no doubt waiting with baite
Sarah Palin recently gave a very special resignation speech as she stepped down from her role as govenor of Alaska, proving yet again that she really is the Lil C of the political world. I, for one, will miss her nonsensical ramblings -- but only her nonsensical ramblings.
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