"The Wall," by comic artist Peter Kuper, first published in 1990, oddly reflects our current times.
Many of us didn't expect to actually see a Trump presidency come to fruition, but somehow Peter Kuper managed to pretty accurately lay out how it would happen - back in 1990.
The 12-page comic, published in Heavy Metal, sets a scene where the haves and the have-nots are pitted against each other in a sprawling city. Before long, tensions rise between the two groups and a wall is constructed to keep the have-nots at bay.
As the story goes, somehow Trump ends up on the wrong side of the wall - and schemes to regain power. Eventually, he partners with Mike Tyson and the rest of the have-nots to start a revolution and regain power.
The comic ends with Trump in power, and a massive wall left as a constant reminder of his struggle to power. In one of the closing scenes, a Trump supporter spray paints a lasting quote on The Wall: "Dump Trump."