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A caricature is a type of art or illustration that shows the features of its subject in a simplified or exaggerated way. A caricature is different than a cartoon in that its subject is a person or a thing, rather than the satirical illustration of an idea.
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cover of second edition of the The Doctor and the Enterprise -- "... there are two covers in particular that make me wince when I see them. First, back to Hal Schuster, and a rare work of fiction from one of his companies. To avoid being sued, he made a lot of changes to the story (which did not please the author) and added "funny" art to make it look like a parody, which is protected speech, though it was never meant as a parody by the author. But the caricature of Tom Baker, looking suspiciously like a camel, misses funny and enters some world of evil."