From those heady early days of 2004, when the election was just heating up and anything seemed possible, through the crushing absurdity of Bush's narrow victory and the beautifully terrible year that... More > followed, the first two years of D.C. Simpson's uniquely personal political comic strip, "I Drew This," are here, in print. Annotated, with essays and journal entries chronicling two years of American politics and society through the eyes of an American liberal outsider. 120 pages.< Less
In this volume, Millie emerges from her self-made cocoon to try to eliminate evil, only to end up an accomplice in the hijacking of a truckload of thermometers. Ozy's annual baldness curse is finally... More > deflected, and he learns that his biological mother was one of the all-time geniuses of frozen confectionary. Avery takes up blogging, Llewellyn runs for president by not running, and Millie's homework runs off and starts a revolution. And, of course, much more. 128 pages, 8 1/2 by 11 inches, lightly annotated, with an introduction by our own Millicent Mudd.< Less
This is it--where it all began. Ozy and Millie's first phase, in print together for the first time, entirely annotated. The first meeting. The first revelation of Ozy's draconic parentage. Ozy's... More > first extreme haircut. Avery's first attempts to be cool. Early Zen. It's all here.
This was the launching point. Includes material not available on the web site, some of it unearthed and published for the first time anywhere. 176 pages, 8 1/2 by 11 inches.< Less
Sequentially the third volume. In this book, Llewellyn secedes from the United States, Ozy discovers the origins of his Gypsy hair curse, Millie goes into the exotic vacation business, and, as... More > always, a lot more.< Less
The second chapter in Ozy and Millie's history, as it were--starting with the redesign of the strip's look in the spring of 2000. These strips cover the dragons' family reunion, the Llewellyn For... More > President campaign of 2000, the growth of Ozy's excessive winter coat, the first appearances of Millie's George Bush sock puppet, and a lot more. 132 pages, annotated, 8.5 by 11 inches.< Less
The fourth volume, in which Llewellyn attempts to base a perpetual motion machine on Millie, the identity of Millie's father is revealed, the kids participate in a spelling bee, Avery dabbles in... More > reality television, Ozy moonlights as a lab rat, Llewellyn launches another presidential campaign, and much more.< Less
The further adventures of Ozy and Millie, in which they fend off a walrus ambassador, visit the nation's capital, and become the subject of a documentary; Llewellyn launches windmills into space, and... More > courts Millie's mother; Felicia goths her way to the dark side; and much more. Includes a book-only bonus section, "The ABCs of Ozy and Millie."< Less
Every "I Drew This" cartoon from the launch of the strip at the start of 2004, through the 2004 and 2006 elections, and into mid-2007 when the author, suffering from a headache brought on... More > by years of politics, took a long vacation from the whole thing.
As the Bush era winds down, let "I Drew This" be the cure for your political hangover.< Less