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Dead Wild Roses: The Very Specific Right Wing Meaning of Choice

Ouch. :>

Filed under: Humour Tagged: Choice, Comic, Humour, Right Wing Politics

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Dead Wild Roses: The Very Specific Right Wing Meaning of Choice

Ouch. :>

Filed under: Humour Tagged: Choice, Comic, Humour, Right Wing Politics

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Things Are Good: Ducks: A Story About the Tar Sands

Kate Beaton of Hark a Vagrant fame once worked in the Alberta tar sands. She recently made a short comic about her time working there (which she did to pay off student debt) and it provides a wonderful human side to the tar sands narrative.

Read the comic here.

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Art Threat: This art is all about anger

The Anti-Capitalist Resistance Comic Book is the second graphic novel from activist Gord Hill. It is a chronicle of several anti-capitalist and anti-globalization movements over the last two decades, from the WTO protests in Seattle to the recent Occupy movements. Hill also places a great deal of emphasis on the violence that has accompanied these . . . → Read More: Art Threat: This art is all about anger

Art Threat: Doonesbury “Shaming Room” too much for sensitive newspapers

Last week several newspapers censored the first of a series of Doonesbury comics addressing the current climate and discussion about women’s reproductive rights (specifically, in this case, abortion). The Center for Reproductive Rights has compiled a list of more than 60 newspapers who chose not to publish the strip, as well as a . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Doonesbury “Shaming Room” too much for sensitive newspapers