Before there was "Hamilton," there was the syndicated comic strip Warped, in which mash-ups of pop culture and twisted history have included such sights as Francis Scott Key rapping to his star-spangled anthem (with James "Puffy" Madison on the turntable). Warped is the daily strip created by Washington Post "Comic Riffs" columnist/cartoonist Michael Cavna. From Alexander Hamilton's legal tender to the app-happy age of Tinder, Warped blends the old and the new in hilariously innovative and thoughtfully topical ways.
Get historical. Get timely. Get Warped.