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Like Rees's other work, this clip-art homage to apathy, aggravation and the F-word, will definitely make you laugh. That is if you aren't turned off my incessant cursing. Read morePublished on December 23, 2010 by Connick
Remember back, way back to those early days of post 9-11 America...The atmosphere at the time...
President Bush seizing the moment, all the absurd speeches, ubiquitous yellow... Read more
I began reading "Get Your War On" shortly after it began. I was a 9/11 iconoclast who felt alone and maybe even a little sociopathic as I coldly observed the victimhood-embracers... Read morePublished on March 18, 2006 by M. L. Lawler
If you are a twenty-something or younger, lean left politically, don't care whether your cartoons look pretty, and are into irreverent and usually vulgar humor, Get Your War On is... Read morePublished on June 5, 2005 by A Super Cool Amazon Reviewer Bro
I laughed at some of these, but alot of them just came across as bitching disguised as humor. I mean, biting humor is supposed to be about humor, not about just flat out hostility... Read morePublished on May 22, 2005 by Jason Hornbuckle
"Get Your War On," by David Rees, consists of a series of cartoons in which a cast of office drones discuss life in America during the post-9/11 war on terrorism. Read morePublished on December 23, 2003 by Michael J. Mazza
This book, and THE FRENCH and GERMANS, really have it right. This war was a waste of time, money, and American lives.Published on November 10, 2003
First: based on reading the other strips this guy's done, I doubt he'll ever create anything as funny as this strip again.
Second: I didn't mind the war in Iraq at all. Read more
This book is pretty sweet. Its just clipart with words attached but it is simultaneously irreverent, intelligent, witty, obscene, and hilarious. Read morePublished on May 21, 2003 by Jonathan R. Zuckerman