Interdisciplinary artist and writer Guillermo Gomez-Pena collaborates with visual artist Enrique Chagoya in a multilingual, per formative “Latino cyberpunk” exploration. Gomez-Pena describes the possibility of a dystopic immediate future of the United States in which there are no geopolitical borders left, all American cities are fully borderized, the government is now controlled by a multiracial junta; Chicano culture and the Spanglish language are now mainstream. Anglos have become nomadic “minorities.” Chagoya presents a fictional pre-Columbian codex book illustrated by a fictional 20th century Nahua artist. Images stem from ancient Meso-America, American comic book characters, Catholic iconography, ethnic stereotypes, and the border patrol. This “reversed anthropology” incorporates humor to create a portrait of an America turned upside down.