Here's the PictureBox write-up, as we don't think we could offer a better one:
"Drawn in 1983, printed in 2001 and released here for the first time, Cola Madnes stars Jimbo, Panter's enduring punk everyman, sharing billing with a cast of idiosyncratic characters including Bob War; his calamitous brother, Uncle Garcia; a smart-talking dinosaur and beleaguered guardian in a bathrobe; and Kokomo, a native in an unspecified tropical land colonized by oil companies. The delightfully inane story offers a selection of Panter's themes: Humanity's troubled relationship with nature and technology; the tension between restraint and the uncontrollable urge; family relationships; and Jimbo's endearing, comical self-doubt. Panter's black-and-white "ratty line" drawing style offers great economy while suggesting a broad range of graphic styles, from art brut to bathroom graffiti, and calls to mind the work of legendary cartoonists Jack Kirby and Osamu Tezuka."
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