Brilliant stuff, contains some of the better strips from the series. Includes classics like Psycho Star Wars Guy kicking George Lucas, the 2000 Census, and McGruder's contribution to the series of comic strips memorializing the late Charles Schulz: "Read Dummy!"This book is some of the best parts of a great comic. It deserves to be mentioned with the best of Doonesbury, the Far Side, and Calvin and Hobbes.Hannah Givens
Just as funny as the first volume!Jj
way better than the animated series.J.C.
Love the addition of the character Michael Caesar (BROOKLYN!! ) who is not on the tv show.Philadelphia Tee-roy
Its the boondocks nuff saidDonte
In this book the way they told the grandpa that he was fired was wrong. And why did they let the little kids see a bad movie? I would of told them no!And they were too young to see it.I really think the family in the book is crazy.Landismom
A little painful to read the Nader/Gore/Bush stuff now, 8 years later.Qa'id
Nothing like the TV show version of the strip.Patrick
Aaron Mcgruder was one of the only people involved with the American media in any way who had the balls to speak out against some of "W" and co.'s several missteps in the touchy months following 9/11. He even lashed out at his own censors, replacing the little thugs in his comic strip with new characters called "Flaggie and Ribbon." Oh my God that was fucking funny. I guess we all have our own ideas of what patriotism means...