LEMME OUT OF HERE
Lemme out of Here
Print Mint October 1978
Lemme Outa Here! features features a handful of cartoonists conveying stories about life in the suburbs from the late 1940s to the ’60s. Diane Noomin, who edited the book and provided a funny DiDi Glitz story, stated the comic has “a theme of growing up in suburbia, growing up in America, and wanting to escape that.”
More leftist bullshit about how terrible the ‘burbs are. However, most of the artists and writers and hippie-types ended up out there because the cities keep getting worse and worse and no sane person would raise a child there.