Beloved humorist and comics-scene fixture Sergio Aragonés takes his turn as righteous satirist in Dia De Los Muertos. This provocative one-shot takes aim at American cultural imperialism in the form of obnoxious tourists, megalomaniac capitalists, and theme-park consumerism. Aragonés couches his earnest critique in a fable of a small town in Mexico that performs a unique ritual every year on the Day of the Dead (Dia De Los Muertos, November 1). Attempts by heavy-handed Americans to exploit this ceremony for profit backfire in a most gruesome manner.
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