A surreal piece of anonymous agitprop in comic book form. Published in 1986 by a fake publisher, only referred to as "Comics U.S.A.", who or why this comic was produced remains a mystery. It came out at the height of tensions between Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, the erratic, provocative dictator who ruled Libya, and the US President of the time Ronald Reagan.
Obviously by the title, it's a variation on the Alice In Wonderland theme, that takes a massive swipe at the dictator, alluding to having sex with animals, generally being an insane homicidal tyrant, and a bit of a big cry baby. Featuring a Daffy Duck type character, references to characters from Alice In Wonderland, and the TV show Fantasy Island. As well as Ronald Reagan himself.
Quite frankly the whole thing is utterly bizarre, that rather than informing readers of the horrors of the regime in Libya, it ridicules and parodies in a juvenile and often puerile way. Who the target audience was for this one-off comic book is anyone's guess. But it has become a cult comic book collectible.