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COLLECTION OF SURREAL AND HILARIOUS CARTOONS BY THE PROLIFIC BRITISH CARTOONIST, ILLUSTRATOR & CARTOON EDITOR OF THE SPECTATORThe 21st century has most cartoonists stumped. How on earth do you satirize these crazy times? Michael Heath, almost alone among his peers, has succeeded. His uncanny ability to spot emerging trends has made his "Battle for Britain" strip both very funny and oddly prophetic. Heath uses cartoon characters from yesteryear; men and women from the 1950s, but often distorted and placed in a modern setting. The result is surreal and hilarious; a piece of social commentary that gives us a rare objective look at what we’ve become.
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About the Author
Michael Heath was born in Bloomsbury, London. His work has appeared in numerous British publications including Punch, Lilliput, the Evening Standard, the Evening News, the Guardian, the Spectator, the Independent, the Sunday Times, the Mail on Sunday, and Private Eye; all his work is signed simply as “HEATH”. He has been cartoon editor of the Spectator magazine since 1991, and the cartoons which are published have not always adhered to the magazine’s conservative politics. Heath’s own political cartoons have also appeared in the Independent newspaper.