Obviously, the dated nature of the backdrop is a bit amusing, especially when one considers that the opposite scenario - America's political dominance - is what has really come to pass in the world. But there's still relevance to be found here, and Truman's not completely off the mark. At the heart of the plot is political corruption, of a people suffering as a result of corrupt leaders' ignorance and inaction. And while America is not a literal wasteland today, one could argue there's been a cultural famine. I see this volume chief value as an interesting look back at a small piece of comics history, but it has other value as entertainment and a means to provoke some discussion. Read Full Review
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