Other Books in Series
This is book number 33 in the Doonesbury series.
- #9: Action Figure!: The Life and Times of Doonesbury's Uncle Duke (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #20: Duke 2000: Whatever It Takes: A Doonesbury Book (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #21: The Revolt of the English Majors: A Doonesbury Book (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #23: Got War?: A Doonesbury Book (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #26: Dude: The Big Book of Zonker (Doonesbury #26) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #27: The War Within: One More Step at a Time (Doonesbury #27) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #30: My Shorts R Bunching. Thoughts?: The Tweets of Roland Hedley (Doonesbury #30) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #32: Signature Wound: Rocking TBI (Doonesbury #32) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #35: Mel's Story: Surviving Military Sexual Assault (Doonesbury #35) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #36: The Weed Whisperer: A Doonesbury Book (Hardcover): Currently Unavailable
- #37: Yuge!: 30 Years of Doonesbury on Trump (Paperback): $14.99
Hot on the heels of his smash 40: A Doonesbury Retrospective, Garry Trudeau is back with an annual collection of this iconic comic strip.
Readers and critics were wowed by G. B. Trudeau's epic masterpiece 40: A Doonesbury Retrospective, and they'll rejoice when they see this beautiful follow-up volume. Featuring an innovative format and an all-new collection of strips, Red Rascal's War is the first all-color Doonesbury book ever.
Both Trudeau and his fans have followed Doonesbury's ever-expanding cast through four decades of cultural turbulence and change. With its arresting cover and rich interior, Red Rascal's War showcases the most recent additions to a body of work the New York Times admiringly refers to as "a sprawling masterwork."
"[Trudeau is] Dickensian in his range of characters," writes Garry Wills in The New York Review of Books. "Trudeau has just kept improving, year after year, in part because he stays so close to changing events. . . . He has never been better than in the last six years."
From the exploits of Afghan legend-in-chief Sorkh Razil to the pipe dreams of Malibu's top nanny Zonker Harris, and from the "no more chill pills" intervention by Obama's aides to the way-cool love of a headbanging war vet and his MIT-grad gal, Doonesbury marches wildly on.
"What else is guaranteed to make you think, feel nostalgic, and laugh out loud at least once a page?" --Karen Holt, O Magazine
About the Author
G. B. Trudeau has been drawing his Pulitzer Prize-winning comic strip for more than forty years. In addition to cartooning, Trudeau has worked in theater, film, and television. He also has been a contributing columnist for the New York Times op-ed page and later an essayist for Time magazine. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. He lives in New York City with his wife, Jane Pauley. They have three grown children.