A one-frame comic for printing out. I have no idea who the guy in the picture is.
More police state funnies here... http://zinelibrary.info/police-state-funnies-june-2010-columbus-oh
Steve and Isy went on an adventure, then drew about it.
Both Steve and Isy are taking part in a month long tour of the USA, from Portland to New York. August through September. For more information and dates visit http://zinesontoast.org/
Isy Morgenmuffel read more »
Funny little comics based on actual interactions with police. Make your own!
The police are not a uniform monolith. They are a collection of individuals, full of human features: doubt, uncertainty, complex motives and mixed loyalties. The divisions between them can be highlighted, and expanded. Their ranks can be divided and their power undermined. read more »
Bohemian Fuckup #1 is a comic/ rant zine by Royce Icon. Features personal comics and a rant about legalizing prostitution.
Unemployment #2 is a 26 pages comic made in 2009/10 by a citizen of the country where fascism was invented, that spent 3 years of his life in the isolated island of Iceland.
The comic contains stupid stories but also reflections about disillusionament from anarchism, gender roles, art, animals, daily routines and deadly diseases.
If you are interested you can find Unemployment #1 on Flickr
Hey-ho, my friends united by struggle, hopes and disappointments. This is a zine MAALOX which is sometimes serious sometimes funny - impression from some activist camps and "big" protests.
and see you on the barricades!
with love and anarchy
An exploration in images and words of the most troubling political event of our new century.
by Liam Scheff. find out more at http://www.liamscheff.com
Strangers in a Tangled Wilderness have published a hilarious comic lampooning insurrectionists, "lifestyle anarchists," participants in last September's G20 protests, and the disproportionate power that waste receptacles seem to exert over the anarchist imagination. read more »
by fredy perlman.
for yadira lopez, ha!
'Funboat diplomacy' is a short satirical fact/fiction about the UK government's latest proposals to counter Internet piracy. This work builds on some of the rumours that were flying around the story.
Format: PDF booklet
Dave Miller (Summer 2009)
Garage Collective presents the fourth and final installment of RIVET, with a special focus on ideas around 'art'. Filled with the usual graphics, quotes and opinion you'd expect from someone with complete control of the production process... read more »
Sometimes Things Get Confusing When You're Mentally Ill is a brief comix history of a revolutionary activist's struggles with depression, PTSD, abuse, marriage and fatherhood, recovery and struggling to reclaim a sense of self. It's cartoony but not light hearted. There is lots of potentially triggering stuff here. Consider yourself warned.
by Little Miss Negativity
(I think this may be the cover to the zine)