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`Download Kindle î Citizen Jack ⚟ A HORROR COMEDY FOR ANYONE WHO HATES POLITICS Every presidential candidate has a skeleton in their closet Jack Northworthy worships the devil A scandal plagued, small town politician, Jack should in no way be president But he s got a secret weapon Marlinspike, a malevolent demon of high ambitions Together, they re running for president in an outrageous campaign that America will never forget Making a mockery of the US presidential election processA interesting dig at the American presidential election process, this comic collection depicts a small town Minnesotan snowblower salesman join the presidential race, backed by a demon His anti government establishment rantings see Trump gain him popularity among the ignorant electorate and real policies take a back seat This is a good satire about manipulating the public in elections and is particularly appropriate to the US electoral Making a mockery of the US presidential election processA interesting dig at the American presidential election process, this comic collection depicts a small town Minnesotan snowblower salesman join the presidential race, backed by a demon His anti government establishment rantings see Trump gain him popularity among the ignorant electorate and real policies take a back seat This is a good satire about manipulating the public in elections and is particularly appropriate to the US electoral process where vast amounts of money are invested in candidates a bit of a waste in my opinion.Entertaining and thought provoking worth a look with clear illustrations A presidential campaign where one of the candidates is a female demagogue suspected of embezzlement, campaign fraud, and corporate corruption and the other is a male demagogue and an anti intellectual loudmouth pandering to the lowest common denominator on a zero substance platform backed by the forces of darkness it s the 2016 US Election Citizen Jack Sam Humphries and Tommy Patterson s Citizen Jack is a satire on American politics whose impact is watered down by the outrageousness of the cu A presidential campaign where one of the candidates is a female demagogue suspected of embezzlement, campaign fraud, and corporate corruption and the other is a male demagogue and an anti intellectual loudmouth pandering to the lowest common denominator on a zero substance platform backed by the forces of darkness it s the 2016 US Election Citizen Jack Sam Humphries and Tommy Patterson s Citizen Jack is a satire on American politics whose impact is watered down by the outrageousness of the current election it s sort of modelled on though it s still an enjoyable enough read Jack Northworthy is a drunken divorcee snowblower salesman who decides to run for office and, with the help of a demon called Marlinspike, actually gets somewhere Jack s campaign speeches will sound familiar to anyone who keeps up with American politics he s essentially a tea party candidate like Ted Cruz or Sarah Palin, talking about Washington insiders, the intellectual elite, and real Americans The comic has a manga esque flavour to it too with Marlinspike looming next to Jack throughout, though only Jack can see him, like the demon protagonist s relationship in Death Note There s also a talking dolphin pundit on the news that no one questions which is a bit like some of the anthropomorphised animal characters in Dragon Ball Generally though Tommy Patterson s art wasn t anything special and the already shaky quality got worse towards the end of the book view spoiler On the whole demon thing, we find out in the end that Marlinspike is challenging an enthroned demon the King of Hell for power and that the Demon King is controlling the British Prime Minister But why wouldn t the King control the US President in the first place given how the US ispowerful than Britain It doesn t make sense that he d give Marlinspike a prime opportunity to usurp him using apowerful human pawn hide spoiler Obviously being a satire Humphries pushes the boat out on what Jack says and does far beyond anything Donald Trump s said and he s said plenty but he s basically making the same point many people have realised from Trump s success people don t care about facts or figures, they just want someone brash and entertaining who ll confirm their bias and reassure them generally that things ll work out Jack being unstoppable because of his demon puppet master makes things a bit less interesting as all tension goes out the window Otherwise though Citizen Jack is a decent enough comic about American politics even if the satire doesn t prove to be anywhere near as entertaining as the real election has been so far and promises to be as we get nearer to November This book is meant to be funny and uncomfortable A combination I usually seek out in my stand up comics,than my printed comics.Premise a dumpy loser succumbs to a demon to get elected as President of the US He s an obvious Drumpf metaphor, a bigot, liar, womanizing asshole, and he s got a lot of bad ideas and a loud mouth to keep announcing them to whatever creature will listen or at least not beat his ass for spewing them.There are conceptual parallels to the Trump campaign and inexp This book is meant to be funny and uncomfortable A combination I usually seek out in my stand up comics,than my printed comics.Premise a dumpy loser succumbs to a demon to get elected as President of the US He s an obvious Drumpf metaphor, a bigot, liar, womanizing asshole, and he s got a lot of bad ideas and a loud mouth to keep announcing them to whatever creature will listen or at least not beat his ass for spewing them.There are conceptual parallels to the Trump campaign and inexplicable rise to prominence And here s where it gets uncomfortable Other than the demon backing the effort, it all seems realistic enough not satirical, and this not enjoyable to me Is this meant to be the comforting acknowledgment to the bigoted Drumpfians Is Sam Humphries writing this to legitimize this clown car This book would be aenjoyable read IF the anti hero was sympathetic, relatable or even just had something going for him Other than that 70 s tastic hair The book would haveweight if there was anything new it reported about the sorry state of governance and media in the US As it is, it feels like the usual criticisms and barbs we ve heard a thousand times on Stewart and Colbert.This book would make me feelfired up if it wasn t another poem to the futility of individual voters and shakers A biting critique of the American political system The Nation Nope Retread A wicked sense of humour IGN Huh Maybe to a teenagerI think I remember when picking up this book that I was optimistic because Sam Humphries was writing, and I ll say he didn t do a bad job definitely took the story past the finish line but there wasn t anything really new to tell here It felt like the kind of Facebook journalism we ve become used to in this presidential season A cautionary tale cloaked in a horror dramedy.Timely A fortunate son with no ability aims for the presidency with demonic help