Ryan Dunlavey (Author) Eric Mahoney (Author)
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DescriptionIn an era when mainstream media is giving the political establishment a reach-around while sucking at the teat of Corporate America, ONLY ONE MAN CAN BE TRUSTED to give the American people the facts about WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON Unfortunately, Walter Cronkite is dead.That leaves it up to THE POLIDIOT to make sense of the political landscape in his weekly bedroom broadcast... POLIDIOCY.POLIDIOCY the entire... um... "acclaimed" (yeah, let's go with that) weekly political satire comic strip by television writer Eric Mahoney (Samurai Love God) and award-winning cartoonist Ryan Dunlavey (Action Philosophers, MODOK: Reign Delay) - serialized during the historically bonkers 2016 Presidential election and the first two years of the Trump (ugh) presidency, including two special episodes that the creators created LIVE during the presidential debates
November 08, 2020
7.0 X 10.0 X 0.45 inches | 0.84 pounds
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About the Author
Cartoonist Ryan Dunlavey is best known for the funny non-fiction graphic novels he co-creates with writer Fred Van Lente, including Action Presidents, The Comic Book History of Comics, and the award winning Action Philosophers. His other comics include Dirt Candy: A Cookbook (with chef Amanda Cohen), Li'l Classix (with writer Grady Hendrix), M.O.D.O.K.: Reign Delay, Tommy Atomic and G.I. Joe. He lives in New York City with graphic designer Liza Pagano and their two children.
Tom Akel is the co-writer of Stan Lee's Backchannel and the CEO & Publisher of Rocketship Entertainment - a publishing, consumer product, and entertainment company with multiple Eisner-nominated and Ringo Award-winning series. Prior to Rocketship, Tom led the U.S. expansion of Webtoon as Head of Content where he oversaw a portfolio of over 150 titles while developing key partnerships with Crunchyroll, CAA, Image/Top Cow, and Legendary Entertainment while, an an editor, winning back to back Ringo Awards for Best Webcomic for Dean Haspiel's The Red Hook and Sanford Greene's 1000, as well as an Eisner nomination for Ryan Benjamin's Brothers Bond. He previously served as Executive Producer and Executive Editor of MTV Digital, responsible for 360 digital extensions of 175 seasons of MTV shows ranging from Teen Wolf to Jersey Shore, and while there founded MTV Geek and MTV Comics. At Comedy Central and Spike TV, Tom founded their mobile divisions where he produced South Park 10: The Game, the first network streaming app, Comedy Central Take Out- named Fierce Mobile App of the Year, the first made-for-mobile animated series Samurai Love God starring Ed Helms and Nick Kroll, produced and directed Robert Kirkman's Battle Pope: The Animated Series, and wrote and directed Stan Lee's voicetones. Tom holds an MFA in Design + Technology from Parsons School of Design in New York and resides in Los Angeles, CA.