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Killed Cartoons by David Wallis
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Mar 30, 08

bookshelves: 2007, collections, humor, socialcommentary

Interesting concept, but not so hot in practice. It's awkwardly set up - more often than not, the descriptions and explanations of the cartoons are on different pages than the cartoons themselves, which mostly led to annoyance with all the page flipping. (When will publishers learn? I know this! It's not that hard!)

Also, I think there's a distinct possibility that a lot of these cartoons were "killed" because they weren't funny, or were confusing, not just because they were about controversial subjects and opinions.

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