It’s a story of optimism and faith, of vision and determination, of sacrafice and sacrilege.
Written and illustrated by a former Marvel Comics’ artist with brilliant hand-done images throughout, this graphic handbook of cartooning is without equal.
“What happened to the car industry” Ian Porter tells this story more in sorrow than in anger. With cartoons by Mark Knight & John Spooner, It is an indictment of political folly and industrial vandalism.
The Olympics are always fun and games for cartoonists because of all the cheating and all the drugs and all the countries pushing their political weight around.
The first casualty in war is Truth! And Cartoonists get extra pressure put on them to turn out Propaganda work for their Governments. Mick Armstrong did this, so successfully that his work was published all over the Allied Army’s Countries.
Today’s older Australians live generally healthier and longer lives than previous generations. In the 1960s, life expectancy at birth was 74 years for girls, and 67 years for boys. The latest mortality data indicate that girls born in 2013 can expect to live to the age of 84, and boys to 80.
In his superb illustrations he has commented on, and illuminated everything from politics to international war, from human relationships to animal rights, from reconciliation to the peculiarities of medicine and law.
A Piece of Cake Mary Leunig drawings, focusing mostly on women but other matters as well.
She translates the world of families, domesticity and relationships into images you can’t help but react to.
Unsuitable for people who like only safe and familiar things.
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It’s the eternal question Sydney or Melbourne, which is best for me? Being Australia’s largest – and generally, most famous – pair of cities, Melbourne and Sydney both shine as wonderful examples of everything Oz has to offer – and here we attempt to provide an answer.
Barry Humphries is Australia’s only Superstar!! For over 60 years he has made us laugh and thoroughly rubbed our noses in it. His wit and double-edged satire put Moonee Ponds and Melbourne on the map.