I highly recommend this book for three reasons: entertainment, truth, and long-lasting flavor.
First, if you're a fan of Tom Tomorrow's work as I am, you'll have more than a simple collection of past and recent work to enjoy -- you'll also find out how he got started as a cartoonist, complete with reprints of some early 'zine work. Cartoonists often reprint early work so that fans can see the development of the characters (and the cartoonist's illustration and writing skills) over time. In this book, however, Tom's earliest work turns out to be unusually polished and really, really funny from day one. I'm reasonably sure the work from his early 'zine has escaped the notice of all but his hardest-core fans. To me, that material alone was worth the price. This was an unusual and pleasant surprise.
Second, it was equally surprising (although not nearly as delightful) to experience the starkness and clarity with which Tom's early and recent works present the realities of the society we live in, not just from a political perspective, but from a sociological one. Is his work biased? Absolutely, and without a doubt. It is, however, a consistent and exceptionally well-informed bias that servers to reinforce the underlying truths of his work. No matter what end of the political -- or social -- spectrum you place yourself at, you'll find much to make you laugh, and many things to make you reconsider, or at least momentarily question, your own beliefs and behaviors.
Third, and finally, this book seems to last longer than it should. I consume books at a rapid pace, and cartoon compendiums such as this tend to go through me like water. With this book, however, I found myself bookmarking the page with the expectation that I was nearly at the end, only to discover that I had at least half the book to go. I know that sounds trite, but let's face it: if you're having a good time, you don't want it to end.
Well worth the money, and I recommend it highly.