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Related to lampoonery: satirise, parodistic
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Part III, "Paradoxes in Corporate Lampoonery, the Notion of Corporate Consumption, and the Paradoxical Role of Technology," uses, in chapter six, critical and poststructuralist readings of the comic strip "Dilbert," which targets the irrationalities to be observed in the management of large organizations.
This is the Batman of primary colors and cartoon sound effects and utility belts and special guest villainy and stone-faced lampoonery.
David Alden's brilliant new production for Welsh National Opera of this 350-year-old masterpiece treads a dangerous line, risking lampoonery but, in the event, bringing the music and dramatic interaction even more into focus.
Davis used to be teased rotten by the latex lampoonery of TV's Spitting Image for being "interesting".