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About The Book
They came to feed on the body politic! Come Hell or High Office, a satirical look at all the creatures of the right!
It's completely unfair and not balanced whatsoever! Pete Von Sholly, creator of CAPITOL HELL, and political commentator Steve Tatham bring you cutting edge political satire just in time for the mid-term elections. So, If you're a card-carrying Republican, stop reading now. If not, you must get this book. Von Sholly puts UGLI into the Republican party with his all-new versions of top party leaders and apparatchiks. See Sarah Palin rendered as a vampire McCain as a three-eyed freak. Glen Beck as a half-brained zombie. Also, including Lou Dobbs, Michelle Bachman, John Boehner and many, many others. Sholly's imagery coupled with wry commentary by Steve Tatham is a perfect gift for the Republican sitting in the cubicle next to you!
About The Illustrator
Born in New York, Pete Von Sholly has storyboarded over 100 feature films including "THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION", "MARS ATTACKS!", "DARKMAN", "JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH", "THE GREEN MILE" and "THE MIST." Dark Horse Publishing has published three of Von Sholly's critically acclaimed graphic novels entitled "MORBID", "MORBID 2: DEAD BUT NOT OUT!" and "EXTREMELY WEIRD STORIES." Von Sholly's work has also been seen in his satiric magazines from Two Morrows Publishing, "COMIC BOOK NERD" and "CRAZY HIP GROOVY GO-GO WAY-OUT MONSTERS," as well as Last Gasp's "FORBIDDEN KNOWLEDGE" and "NEUROCOMICS," which he did with Timothy Leary.
- Publisher: BOOM! Studios (June 1, 2010)
- Length: 128 pages
- ISBN13: 9781608860333
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