The Republican St. Louis is a workingman's hero—out to save the economy and create jobs while still remaining charming, suave and good with the ladies. This graphic novella chronicles the capriciousness of the election cycle and explores the persona of the American politician.
Josh Wodarz of Mill City Bibliophile says, "Dinski’s self-imposed constraints leave him little room to work, yet the art is precise and complete, allowing a storytelling style that’s both swift and expressive."
Rob Clough of High-Low says, "Dinski, a long-time favorite of mine, loves to misdirect and redirect a reader's attention in interesting ways in his narratives, which is especially fitting here considering that the story is about an election."
"Ablatio Penis raised, for me at least, some interesting questions about politics, men and women, sexuality, stereotypes, and above all, whether or not we, as a country, really want the truth from our politicians," Courtney Algeo of Paper Darts says.