Here's the first big book of The Boondocks, more than four years and strips of one of the most influential, controversial, and scathingly funny comics ever to run in a daily newspaper. Each time I read the strip, I laugh--and I wonder how long The Boondocks can get away with the things it says. And how on earth can the most truthful thing in the newspaper be the comics?
Thanks to the constant lobbying by Charlamagne Tha God, The Boondocks comic strip will be making its return soon. Charlamagne posted various several pics to his personal Instagram that featured samples of the new comic strips from The Boondocks this week. The Boondocks is known for not shying away from hot topics and in keeping with those traditions, the new content will give their take on the MuteRKelly movement, President Donald Trump, and much more.
The Boondocks was a daily syndicated comic strip written and originally drawn by Aaron McGruder that ran from to Created by McGruder in for Hitlist. As it gained popularity, the comic strip was picked up by the Universal Press Syndicate and made its national debut on April 19,
The Boondocks is a newspaper comic strip created by Aaron McGruder, which was originally published by the Universal Press Syndicate from towith an unexpected revival in All of the UPS comics can be found here. It was adapted into an animated television series of the same name that has aired intermittently on [adult swim] since
Brothers Riley and Huey Freeman find it challenging to mesh their culture with that of the Chicago suburbs when they move in with their grandfather. The duo has a way of stirring up trouble in their new neighborhood, but Granddad Robert Freeman is just eccentric enough to keep the young boys in line. With roughly 8 years worth of comic strip archives to work from, The Boondocks provided plenty of material for a weekly, animated TV show.
Posted by radio host Charlamagne tha God, they're the first new strip-style cartoons from McGruder since the cartoon's newspaper run ended in The Boondocks was subsequently adapted into a series at Cartoon Network, where it ran for four seasons. In a message posted by Charlamagne, McGruder said the new strips were completed "for fun and to see I still could.
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The new comics, much like the show, tackle current events ranging from politics to black culture, touching on topics like President Donald Trumpthe MuteRKelly movement, and television network MSNBC. More to come… exactly how much more is tough to say. Thanks to him and thanks to Charlamagne for putting these out for me while I get my instagram act together. Would you be excited to see The Boondocks return?
While it went on to greater heights and a much higher level of cultural saturation thanks to a beloved TV show, The Boondocks began its life as a comic strip. Creator Aaron McGruder stopped a few funny-page-loving hearts Wednesday when he brought back Huey, Riley, Granddad, and Uncle Ruckus for a few new strips to comment on the state of America in The comics, shared by The Breakfast Club host Charlamagne Tha God, poke fun at the Mueller investigation, the war criminals of the Bush administration providing cover for themselves by critiquing Donald Trumpand the difficult work of finding music to listen to that isn't somehow problematic.
Cartoonist Aaron McGruder, creator of The Boondockshas revived the controversial comic strip to celebrate Black History Month, as well as offer his take on contemporary issues. Thanks to him and thanks to Charlamagne for putting these out for me while I get my Instagram act together. Uncle Ruckus can also be seen undertaking a political career and subsequently being interviewed as a part of the Robert Mueller probe.