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The long awaited issue #36 of World War 3 Illustrated is finally here and I'm proud to say I'm a contributor. Peter Kuper, Joe Sacco, Steve Brodner, and a slew of other artists more notable than me are in this 25th Anniverssary issue.

Here is the new website for the book. Order here from Top Shelf. Here is the official press release:
WW3 is the longest running zine in history.

Co-founded by Seth Tobocman and Peter Kuper, WW3 was born on Manhattan's Lower East Side and has been a platform for political art and comics from the rise of Ronald Reagan to nightmare of G.W.Bush.

The new issue,"Neo Con" #36 edited by Ryan Inzana and Peter Kuper, includes a wraparound cover by Sue Coe and art, articles and comics by "the usual gang of agitators" including Eric Drooker, Seth Tobocman, Sabrina Jones, Mac Mcgill, Ryan Inzana, James Romberger,Chuck Sperry, Nicole Shulman (who co-edited a recent book on the history of the Wobblies ) plus a nine page strip by Zap comix luminary, Spain written byJustin Wertham , Joe Sacco's account as an embedded journalist in Iraq, Princes Of Darkness an article on the history of Neo Cons by Eric Laursen as well as comics and illustrations by Steve Brodner,Tom Tomorrow, Sam Weber, Barron Storey, Barry Blitt, David Rees, Knickerbocker, Matt Bors, Tauno Biltsted, Felix Sockwell and Thomas Fuchs. For the first time in our history WW3 includes a color section with a new installment of Peter Kuper's Richie Bush and Penny Allen's WAR IS HELL a "Fumetti" (photo comic) assembled with photos by an American Sgt. in Iraq with his running commentary.
10.11.2005 |