This 2018 comic series by Mark Russell and Mike Feehan reimagines the cartoon character as a gay playwright at odds with 1950s American politics. We examine Russell’s writing goals while considering a critical debate about the book: is it formulaic award-bait or character-driven commentary on our present circumstances?
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