IDW Publishing will release a collection of cartoons by Rob Rogers, who was fired earlier this year for cartoons critical of President Donald Trump.  Enemy of the People: A Cartoonist’s Journey is a 184-page release from the IDW: PDX imprint, which also publishes Full Bleed (see “IDW's Woodworks Imprint Kicks Hardcover Magazine”).  The book has an MSRP of $25 and will ship December 11.

Rogers, who has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and whose work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, and other publications, was fired by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in June after creating cartoons critical of President Trump and despite creating award-winning cartoons for the publication for 25 years.  Enemy of the People includes political cartoons from the last three years, coverage of past presidents, a tutorial on editorial cartooning, a pair of long-form comics, and essays about the First Amendment and free expression from Joel Pett, Ann Tenaes, and more. CNN’s Jake Tapper provides a foreword.