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First published in 1976, The Flatman Compendium is a book of environmental cartoon strips featuring 'Flatman' & family. Flatman is the biggest threat to the world since the discovery of oil. Many of the strips in the book are as relevant today as they were 42 years ago.
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The Flatman Compendium is the result of people putting chemicals into marmalade that tasted better before. Also of fly-by-night characters digging around in Snowdonia National Park for a quick buck; of seabirds in oil; of floating islands of indestructible plastic; of blind over-procreation; of the conversion of the Q.E. 2’s library into a casino; of the conversion of animals into fur coats and candles; of the conversion of just about everything into money.
This book doesn’t attempt to explain the mentality of those responsible, but I can tell you roughly what they look like:
The Flatman Compendium isn’t so much dedicated to, as pointed at, Flatmen (and Flatwomen) everywhere.