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


Gertrude's Follies #82
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Visit the wild kingdom of Mexico's master of the mirthful menagerie. Ecce Feggorama #39.


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


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


The Magnificent Seven –– Deviated septet.
The Dressmaker –– Sew-sew.
Storks –– Specious delivery.
Goat –– Frat bastards.
Queen of Katwe –– Squeaky Queen.
La Belle et La Bete –– Belle de snore.
Closet Monster –– Queer not gonna take it.
My Blind Brother –– Stinks on eyes.
Girl Asleep –– REM punch.
Chronic –– Inhospiceable.
The Lovers and the Despot –– Kimmy shit.
I.T. –– Tech a joke.
Honeytrap –– Bait and treacle.
Dirty 30
–– Meaty b-day, big and bouncy.
The Free World –– Prison bleak.
The Age of Shadows –– Killa Seoul.
Seed: The Untold Story
–– Shouldn't be seed.
Generation Startup
–– Silly con valley.
Chicken People –– Clucks.
Rats –– Neither here gnaw there.

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68th Primetime Emmy Awards (ABC) –– Kimmel and bits.
Notorious (ABC) –– A bum rep.
The Case Of: JonBenét Ramsey (CBS) –– Girl interrupted.
Bull (CBS) –– I won’t say shit…I wont say shit…I won’t say shit…
Son of Zorn (FOX) –– Zorn inanity.
Churchill’s Secret (PBS) –– Jowl implants.
Speechless (ABC) –– Unspeakable.
Kevin Can Wait (CBS) –– La bombe James.
Quarry (Cinemax) –– Game theory.
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Lewis Black: Black to the Future –– A Black mock.
–– Whisker sour.
Act of God
–– Queen of Heaven.
Long Day's Journey Into Night
–– Slaq O'Neill.
Tuck Everlasting
–– Lame Tuck.
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Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway / Barbra Streisand –– Out of the mouth of Babs.
Skeleton Tree
/ Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds –– Cave in.
/ Britney Spears –– Spears chuckler.
Dig Your Roots
/ Florida Georgia Line –– Hoe down.
/ Frank Ocean –– Asspit in the Ocean.
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Nutshell by Ian McEwan –– Dork womb.
The Underground Railroad
by Colin Whitehead –– Civil rides movement.
Homecoming by Yaa Gyasi –– Haters’ Ghana hate.
Insidious by Catherine Coulter –– Lowest slain.
Bullseye by James Patterson –– Focal pointless.


Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen –– Insufferable Boss.
The Kingdom of Speech
by Tom Wolfe –– Tongue lashing.
The Pigeon Tunnel
by John le Carré –– Pigeon stool.
In Trump We Trust
by Ann Coulter –– Donald: Duck!
The Terror Years by Lawrence Wright –– Jihad knocks.
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We're proud to present the print edition of L.K. Peterson's Talk to the Hair, a decidedly dystopian and utterly hilarious Look Back at the First 100 Days of the Trump Presidency.
The perfect gift to Make America Laugh Again. Order from Amazon.


Headbangers: NYUK NYUK NUKE

South Korea reveals it has a plan to assassinate Kim Jong Un
–– Polonium 210 hairspray.
Weiner under federal investigation
–– Whose? Headbangers 09/23/16


Inxart: MARS A TAX

Inxart.com is the place for editors and art directors to download the best in political illustration. This week:
Trump Walls Off Tax Returns, Blacks Protest Police Mistreatment, Squeezing ISIS Out of Iraq, and Can Democrats Overtake Republicans? at inxart 09/28/16.


Gertrude's Follies: STARCHY COMICS

Gert refuses the carbo load Alice serves up for dinner. Even though the chef's not chuffed, Ms. Stein simply won't blanc mangia the pale-o diet dish for fear it will leave her waisted. Check back regularly for the latest installment of Gertrude's Follies.


Kozmic Pictures: RED BOX MOVIES

This long hot summer of presidential campaigning has produced more plot twists and stomach turns than the most paranoid Hollywood thriller. Hang onto your Red Hots as we preview a shocking Commie Attraction in Kozmic Pictures Proudly Presents.



Enjoy a new installment of Tom Hachtman's DoubleTakes wherein two disparate pop culture icons are combined with Frankensteinian finesse to form a toxic hybrid. This particular malignant mash-up was bound to happen Soon Yi or later. What Not.



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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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



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.