Public Enemy #2: An All-New Boondocks Collection (Paperback)

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Here’s the next big collection of Aaron McGruder’s The Boondocks, the most subversively funny, controversial, and politically engaged strip to be found in America’s comics pages. Featuring Huey Freeman, a radical preteen conspiracy theorist, and his little brother Riley, a desperately cute thug-in-training, The Boondocks skewers targets from George W. Bush and Ralph Nader to Queen Latifah and Bill Cosby. With more than 500 previously uncollected strips—including strips banned from newspapers around the country—Public Enemy #2 is a must-have collection of the sharpest satire being crafted today.

About the Author

Aaron McGruder is the creator of "The Boondocks," which made its print debut in 1997 in "The Diamondback," a student newspaper at the University of Maryland, and now appears daily in more than 300 newspapers around the country and online at He is the author of the bestselling "A Right to Be Hostile" and the coauthor of "Birth of a Nation." He lives in Los Angeles, California.

Praise For…

“Outrageously provocative.” —Entertainment Weekly

“The most biting and consistent critique of the war and its discontent in the nation’s mass media.” —The Nation

“One of the most successful comic strips ever.” —Black Enterprise

“Sacred cows should graze with caution in the boondocks.” —The Crisis

“McGruder may consider himself a comic strip creator first, but his controversial work has turned him into both political lightning rod and intellectual heavyweight.” —Seattle Times

“Sociopolitical cartoonist Aaron McGruder is peddling a humorous but insightful cultural revolution to 20 million people a day with his comic strip The Boondocks.” —Jet

“McGruder’s scathing take-no-prisoners wit is usually dead on.” —The Comics Journal

“Controversial, unapologetically political, and very entertaining.” —Black Issues Book Review

Product Details
ISBN: 9781400082582
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
Publication Date: April 26th, 2005
Pages: 176