This cartoon's style can also be thought of as mocking the US for still living in the 1950s. All of the characters have that wholesome Donna Reed look to them in an artistic style that is comparable to pop-artist Roy Lichtenstein. Not only do the characters (other than Sparky the Penguin, who is the voice of reason in the comic) look like happy, well-adjusted and completely misinformed Americans circa 1950, but their reactions to current events tend to fall along these lines as well. This style simply adds to the biting sarcasm that is a piece of Tom Tomorrow's arsenal of humor.