A collection of Roadkill Bill cartoons. Roadkill Bill is a comic strip that looks at cars, technology and philosophy from the viewpoint of a frequently squashed rodent. Since 1998, the strip has appeared every week in the Twin Cities newspaper "Pulse" and has been reprinted in numerous other publications including "The Funny Times."
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Ken Avidor is a Minneapolis-based cartoonist and illustrator whose work has appeared in Pulse, City Pages, The Sunflower, Funny Times and various other publications.Review:
"Ken Avidor has a wickedly keen eye for the many futilities of our car-obsessed culture." -- James Howard Kunstler, author, "The Geography of Nowhere"
"The witty wisdom of Roadkill Bill gives us a thousand more reasons to shift out of our overdrive lifestyles." -- Katie Alvord, author, "Divorce Your Car!"
"While often amusing, Avidor's work carries a serious message, one that deserves a wider showing." -- J.H. Crawford, author "Carfree Cities"
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Book Description Car Busters, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P118023877046