Volume 1, Corndog-in-chief

eBook - 2016
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America's first teenaged president is on the job in this contemporary twist on a DC classic! Oregon teen Beth Ross has just been elected President of the United States of America. Age restrictions were abolished when corporations gained the right to run for office and voting booths have been replaced by Twitter, making just about anyone eligible for the nation's top job, including the viral-video-famous Corndog Girl! Now the eyes of the nation are on Beth. But in a world so out of control that the poor are willing to shoot themselves on TV for a chance at a better life, will even the new president have the power needed to overthrow the nation's true leaders-Boss Smiley and his corporate shadow government? Writer Mark Russell (GOD IS DISAPPOINTED IN YOU) teams with artists Ben Caldwell (JUSTICE LEAGUE BEYOND) and Mark Morales (X-FORCE, SECRET INVASION) to revive and reinvent a classic! Collects PREZ #1-6 and SNEAK PEEK: PREZ #1.


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May 23, 2018

This is just the first Prez series (which sucked) trying too hard to be Transmetropolitan (an awesome comic).

It comes off flat, with bad politics, bad story, bad art and an idiotic premise.

It had some interesting concepts such as how the internet shouldn't be part of politics. But the execution wasn't there.

Glad they stopped this stupid series.

Apr 19, 2017

This was a great read and I sincerely hope Vol 2 comes out.

Cynthia_N Mar 06, 2017

Surprisingly good read despite the silly title. It's a little bit of Idiocracy but with realistic views on some of the current political issues.

Jan 31, 2017

Really darn good. But don't get your hopes up about reading the second volume. DC is not very good at keeping its promises, and what was intended to follow will likely never be printed. Track down the Catwoman Election Night Special if you want the only follow-up this got.

Nov 16, 2016

A great look at what modern politics could spiral into in the future. I expected a funny and whimsical teen becomes president story. Instead I got a fantastically poignant look at modern politics and american warfare abroad.

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