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Prez: The First Teen President By Joe Simon Ed Brubaker,

  • Title: Prez: The First Teen President
  • Author: Joe Simon Ed Brubaker
  • ISBN: 9781401263171
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • One of the stranger series ever published by DC Comics, PREZ was the story of the nation s first teenage president With the lowering of the voting age to 18 in the late 1960s, it was only a matter of time until a teenager ran for the highest office in the land and in PREZ, the aptly named Prez Rickard won, becoming the first teenaged president in U.S history But with suOne of the stranger series ever published by DC Comics, PREZ was the story of the nation s first teenage president With the lowering of the voting age to 18 in the late 1960s, it was only a matter of time until a teenager ran for the highest office in the land and in PREZ, the aptly named Prez Rickard won, becoming the first teenaged president in U.S history But with such power comes corruption in this case, in the form of Boss Smiley, a literally smiley faced political fixer who wants Prez to do his bidding This title collects all the appearances of Prez since his 1973 debut, including tales by Neil Gaiman THE SANDMAN 54 , Frank Miller BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES AGAIN 1 and Ed Brubaker the grunge influenced VERTIGO VISIONS PREZ 1 Collects PREZ 1 4, a story from CANCELLED COMICS CAVALCADE, SUPERGIRL 10 1974 , THE SANDMAN 54, VERTIGO VISIONS PREZ 1 and BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES AGAIN 1.
    Prez The First Teen President One of the stranger series ever published by DC Comics PREZ was the story of the nation s first teenage president With the lowering of the voting age to in the late s it was only a matter of

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    1. Surprisingly enjoyable if slightly goofy read.It s also an interesting comparison between these stories, and the recent, arc y volume of Prez, Vol 1 Corndog in Chief.

    2. Last year, DC published Prez, Vol 1 Corndog in Chief to a good bit of acclaim A rather biting political satire, it earned a Best Comic Book award from the Reubens, and deservedly so Around the time the book was published, DC announced plans to collect the original Prez series from the early 1970s, along with his later appearances in Supergirl, Sandman, and a Vertigo one shot The 70s Prez was created by Joe Simon and Jerry Grandenetti Simon, of course, was the longtime creative partner with Jack [...]

    3. The original Prez comic series was a lame early 70 s attempt by DC to cash in on the youth culture of the time I picture a stereotypical bunch of middle aged guys sitting around trying to come up with a comic to appeal to those crazy hippy kids with their dope, long hair and love beads What they came up with veers weirdly between satire and earnestness, and features a depiction of a Native American that is problematic to modern day perception Although the execution was lacking, the characters of [...]

    4. This embodies all the best and not so good traits of 1970 s comics This is a story that hasn t happened, but it could The youth vote has just been given to 18 year olds, the Constitution is amended so teenage Prez Rickard can be elected President It tries to break out of the box of strictly superhero fare, while it struggles to come to grips with the changing times Great, that we have a Teenage President couldn t be worse than the Victorian minded dinkoffs we have to deal with now In fact the ol [...]

    5. Interesting but very disjointed read The original Prez series was fascinating but some follow ups didn t quite keep my interest.

    6. Huh I didn t know what I was reading but these are the original series or one off collections I don t have the words Much of it is very earnest, but then it was from the 70 s so that makes sense I enjoined the Pied Piper one and then the Neil Gaiman Sandman one was fantastic And Smells like teen president The graphics vary quite a bit I like the modern ones ,but that s me It s a good read, but I think it might be good as part of a history study of comics

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