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Welcome To Club Scud! by G. B. Trudeau

Welcome To Club Scud! (original 1991; edition 1992)

by G. B. Trudeau

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Title:Welcome To Club Scud!
Authors:G. B. Trudeau
Info:Andrews McMeel Publishing (1992), Edition: Possible First, Paperback, 96 pages
Collections:Your library, Humour - Comic Strip - Doonesbury

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Welcome To Club Scud! by G. B. Trudeau (1991)



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B.D. and Ray get a few days R&R on a luxury cruiser, where B.D. meets Meg and has a fling, which ends when she discovers she outranks him. Ray is wounded and taken to a hospital ship, where he meets Trip Tripler, morale officer. Duke and Honey open up Club Scud on the front. Alex Doonesbury is mentioned by name for the first time. B.D. returns home and finds readjusting difficult. Mike loses his job; J.J. is becoming a success. Mike passes his time by taking on the local drug dealers. ( )
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Of all the media with anything to say about Operation Desert Storm, only CNN received more praise than Doonesbury for its coverage. Now Trudeau--the first comic strip artist to win the Pulitzer Prize (in 1975)--is back with the follow-up to his hilarious I'd Go with the Helmet, Ray. Here he offers an honest and all-encompassing record of the issues surrounding the war and skewers the preoccupations of the nation in its aftermath.00 print.

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When B.D. is sent to the front to take part in Operation Desert Storm, Boopsie joins a Malibu support group for Desert Storm dependents and Roland Hedley makes a bungling attempt to join a press pool, in a Doonesbury view of the Persian Gulf War.

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