La Cucaracha
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La Cucaracha

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An anthropomorphic hipster cockroach is on the cutting-edge of American comic-strip humor. La Cucaracha (aka Cuco Rocha) and his pals voice the concerns and observations of the Latino-American community with an edgy, insightful wit.

Through "La Cucaracha, " creator Lalo Alcaraz makes blunt social commentary both hard-hitting and hilarious. The result is not just a pleasure,...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published October 1st 2004 by Andrews McMeel Publishing (first published 2004)
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Love this book. Very funny. Lalo is a very observant man. I met him at a journalists conference. Wish I had gotten to talk to him more. I wish more papers would buy his strip. His work does have a very definitely political left bite, which boasts no counterbalance in the hispanic world. !Y ya!
this is a collection of political cartoons dealing with latin american immigrants in the u.s. pretty funny stuff that makes a strong point against bigotry and close-mindedness.
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