The graphic novel UnPresidential debuted at New York Comic-Con and sold out of their three hundred copies on the first day. By Kevin Bieber, Victor Reynolds and Jeremy Labib, it tells a story of how North Korean premier Kim Jong Un somehow managed to circumnavigate around the 14th Amendment in the American Constitution, run for President and win.
In UnPresidential, President Trump has mysteriously disappeared between tweets. The United States must hold a special election to replace him, but Americans are sick and tired of the crooked, low-energy candidates churned out by the right and left. Due to a little-known loophole in the U.S. Constitution, a surprising candidate emerges to take America by storm… a man of action who comes from a family of strong leaders and isn't afraid to push the button. Enter: Kim Jong Un.
Come on, it's not that much more unlikely than what actually happened, right?
The comic takes on Donald Trump, Mike Pence, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders.,Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Kathy Griffin, Bono. Edward Snowden, Nate Silver, George Washington and anyone else soon to be living under the hell of the sensible shoe.
Deemed too dangerous (or expensive) to be printed in the United States, UnPresidential is being printed in Korea (South),will be published by Man vs. Rock and distributed by Z2 Comics on November 21st, a year to the day after the 2016 general election.
"UnPresidential is the book for everyone who buys Hillary Clinton's What Happened, but doesn't have time to read it," said writer Kevin Bieber. "It's the perfect book for everyone who wants to read a thoughtful and insightful look at the future of our political system but ends up channel surfing 1980's action movies instead."
"The book is still weeks from publication, and already One Million Moms won't return our calls," said Victor Reynolds. "We know if they just give this book a chance, they will be offended. Whether you were with her or wanted him to build a wall, UnPresidential will make your jaw drop."