Oh My Heck!
A Pretty, Great Cartoon Book
by Pat Bagley
Paperback / 96 pages / 0-941214-68-0 / $5.95
Pat Bagley turns a keen eye and trenchant wit on his confusing and paradoxical home, the Beehive State. Razor-sharp but never vicious, his fine-honed cartoons reconfirm his reputation as one of the West’s most talented—and disarmed—social commentators.
Among Pat Bagley’s most impressive accomplishments, he boasts that he never has been defrocked of his TV ministry; that countless investigations have failed to link him with Oliver North; and that he has never had to deny that he is Elvis’s love child. At the Salt Lake Tribune, Bagley’s cartoons are published weekly; they have appeared nationally in Time magazine, the National Review, Washington Post, and Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year, 1988. He is the author of Treasures of Half-Truth and several subsequent collections. Though a household name in Utah, he says his “popularity” remains highest with dogs and small children.