It's not easy running an evil shadow government at the best of times, and
it certainly can't help when your puppet candidates are two foul-mouthed
potatoheads cursing the homeless on live television. As with most matters
of American political direction, all heads turn to a top-tier Batman villain
for a rational solution.
With the Redemopublicratican
presidential candidate running unopposed, it's up to the Green Party to
once again try to save the world, then fail to do so in humiliating fashion.
Presidential hopeful Ralph Nader argues international policy with a rampaging
monster, while Evil Consortium spies lurk in the shadows purchasing nachos.
Oh, it's on. The political climate heats up as both candidates have
a fair and reasonable discussion of ethics, with Green Party candidate Godzilla
beating the absolute stuffing out of Morgan Freeman on the steps of an impressive-looking government building I can't remember the name of. Mayhem, she ensues.
Get ready to have cliffhangers rebound off your face with every page, each
more cliffhanging than the last.
Photoshop battle royale
continues: Godzilla and Morgan take their grudge match on a tour of Washington,
D.C., leaving a path of meat-hewing destruction through the funeral procession
of our actor-est former President ever. Meanwhile, Cheney nurses his wounds
and swears revenge on his lackeys; and if you're willing to take his claims
at face value, Donald Rumsfeld's pecs are apparently totally awesome.
The complicated mess this
comic calls a plot rolls to a flailing halt in this shocking conclusion,
with Godzilla and Morgan Freeman settling their differences the only way
they know how: hovering in the sky, with flashbacks. The reader is also
given some disturbing glimpses into the home lives of several characters
that they probably could have done without. Bonus feature:
this comic actually manages to offend every single person in Europe. And their pets.