U.S.A

Thrill to the hidden history of the potent POTUSes and their sidekicks who serve and protect: U.S.A. 02.

GERTRUDE'S FOLLIES

Gertrude's Follies #81
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FEGGORAMA

Visit the wild kingdom of Mexico's master of the mirthful menagerie. Ecce Feggorama.


IGOR TRIPS

Cinch up your helmet to protect the old gray matter for another freaky foray in Igor Trips.




FAVORITE SITES

Martin Kozlowski
Ant Farmers Almanac
Celebrity Death Haiku
PK in the Terrarium
Illustrated Courtroom


CINEMA

Keanu –– Heaves.
Mother’s Day –– Yo-yo mas.
The Man Who Knew Infinity –– The endless bummer.
Term Life –– Insure shot.
The Family Fang –– Toothless.
Dough –– Nobody kneads.
Viva –– Lost vagueness.
Papa: Hemingway in Cuba –– Papa squat.
A Beautiful Planet –– Sum of the earth.
Gayby Baby –– Ma/Ma black sheep.
Viktoria –– Navel-glazing.
Older Than Ireland –– Eire oops.
The Wait –– Is over.
Eva Hesse –– Her moan Hesse.
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TELEVISION

Confirmation (HBO) –– Hearing loss.
Detour (TBS) –– Alternate rot.
The Night Manager (AMC) –– Suite and sour.
Dice (SHO) –– Snake eyes.
Game of Silence (NBC) –– For cringing out loud.
Jackie Robinson (PBS) –– Way off base.
Hunters (Syfy) –– Bag it.
The Detectorists (Acorn TV) –– Scrap mettle.
Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards (NICK) –– Duck, duck, goos.
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THEATRE

Long Day's Journey Into Night –– Slaq O'Neill.
Tuck Everlasting
–– Lame Tuck.
Fully Committed
–– Restaurant weak.
Waitress
–– Serves no purpose.
American Psycho
–– Attacks o' Bateman.
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MUSIC

Lemonade / Beyoncé –– Motherpucker.
Cleopatra
/ The Lumineers –– Cleo lame.
Gore / Deftones –– Bloody awful.
The Life of Pablo
/ Kanye West –– Pablo pick asshole.
Mind of Mine
/ Zayn –– Zayny.
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LITERATURE
Fiction

Zero K by Don DeLillio –– Zero emission.
The Little Red Chairs
by Edna O’Brien –– Warp crimes.
Midnight Sun
by Jo Nesbø –– Sleep depraved.
Blue by Danielle Steel –– Blue by you.
The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin –– New York dulls.

Nonfiction

American Huckster: How Chuck Blazer Got Rich From-and Sold Out-the Most Powerful Cabal in World Sports by Mary Papenfuss & Teri Thompson –– Troll Blazer.
Game 7, 1986
by Ron Darling –– Metropolitans' opera.
The Caped Crusade
by Glen Weldon –– Bat to the bone.
Love, Loss, and What We Ate
by Padma Lakshmi –– Really bites.
The Abundance
by Annie Dillard –– Fill us, Dillard.
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Headbangers: 90 DECREE ANGLE

The Queen is not as rich as you think
–– Considering family hasn't worked in 100s of years.
U.S. Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High
–– Peaking this election cycle.
Headbangers 04/22/16

 


INXart: SAUD AND SORCERY

INXart.com is the place for editors and art directors to download the best in political illustration. This week:
9/11 Report Points to Saudis, Brexit: Will Britain Bolt EU?, The Republican Party Run Amok, and America's Deadly Opioid Addiction at inxart 04/27/16.

 


Gertrude's Follies: WEIGHT AND SEE

Alice is ostensibly alarmed by Gert's girther movement, but is she actually enabling her chunky chocoholic? In the argument against avoirdupois, Ms. Toklas talks the talk, but her roomie's hips don't lie. Check back regularly for the latest installment of Gertrude's Follies.

 


What Now: THE INNER CIRCLE

Randy Jones has illustrated the program for the annual Inner Circle Show for more than 20 years. Here are some of his best covers for satirical revues that sent up the Giuliani, Bloomberg and DeBlasio administrations.
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What Not: HOPE SPRINGS INFERNAL

At 12 am, December 25th, Holly Ann D'Ivie, acting CEO of the Yuletide Trust, released the 2015 Top 12 Wishes of Christmas List after two years of silent nights. Ms. D'Ivie had no explanation for the North Pole, Alaska-based 'charity's' inactivity… What Not.

 


U.S.A.: PRESTO CHANGE-O!

After a mere six years, we present the second installment of United Super Allies, the comic strip that reveals the secret story behind our nation's super-heroic saviors. It's 2008 and the Decider's term is grinding to a merciful halt when it seems all hope is lost, until… U.S.A.

 


Deadlines: BUMPER STINKERS 2016

WIth better than a dozen Republicans and half a dozen Democrats (not counting fringe candidates) it's a question if there are enough bumpers in the U.S.A. to display all of the deeply meaningful political slogans the campaign season has to offer. More Deadlines

 


Kozmic Pictures: NORQUIST

In a heated election season, even Hollywood's escapist movies are vetted for partisan content. So it's our pleasure to present a simple family comedy that can't possibly be misinterpreted in the new Kozmic Pictures Proudly Presents.

 


Bad Adss: CHOKING THE CHICKEN

The recent rush of customer support for a certain fast-food chicken chain in the wake of COO Dan Cathy's condemnation of gay marriage has inspired the restaurants to extend their store hours and engage in some fiercely hetero rebranding. As you can see in the newest Bad Adss.