Astérix vs. George W. Bush
In 27 countries around the world, the 33rd adventure of Astérix Le Gaulois, The Sky Lands on His Head, hit the bookshelves on Friday October 14th. 78 year-old cartoonist Albert Uderzo still has the moxie to administer some baffes to the Chimperor of Rome on the Potomac: Astérix and Obélix take on George W. Bush and Arnold Schwartzenegger--and beat the crap out of them, by Toutatis! !--PAF! TCHAC!. Easy work for the Gallic duo.
Note: The first image shows a beefy Schwartzenegger clone deployed by the evil Hubs (rearrange the letters) to dominate the helpless Mickey Mouse-like little blue men (you and me) and to take over Planet Earth. Luckily the blue guy has friends in the forests of Amorica. It's from the German version, naturlich.