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Topsy Turvy

2.83 of 5 stars 2.83  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Paperback, 80 pages
Published by Top Shelf Productions
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Real Supergirl
Picked it up used. It's from the Bush years yet some of his insights are still relevant and funny. Done in short comics so the depth of analysis is more limited than, say, Pete Bagge's Everyone Here is Stupid. Art style is clean and easy to read.
Mike Jensen
I am unimpressed by Kuper’s work. He seems to operate by concept, such as cartoons built around the implications of the Microsoft anti-trust case or Y2K, which would be fine if the cartoons were clever or even funny. Too few are. The second star is for those few that are.
Edmund Davis-Quinn
Something I found randomly at a give away/take away coffee shop shelf.

Took me a while to recognize the Mad style.

Interesting time warp back to 2000.

Political cartoons are definitely of the times they are written.
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American alternative cartoonist and illustrator, best known for his autobiographical, political, and social observations.

Kuper's work in comics and illustration frequently combines techniques from both disciplines, and often takes the form of wordless comic strips. Kuper remarked on this, "I initially put comics on one side and my illustration in another compartment, but over the years I found th
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