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We’ve been big fans of David Ziggy Greene‘s work for a few years on the blog. His regular Scene & Heard strip in stalwart thorn in the establishment side journal Private Eye takes elements of...

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Scene & Heard: Times Like These, David Ziggy Greene, September Books I’ve admired David Ziggy Greene’s refreshing style of comics reportage for several years, and still have a nice, signed copy of his first, self-published...

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Thanks to an article in the Stuttgarter Zeitung about a new comic by Aleksandar Zograf (who had the interesting Regards from Serbia from Top Shelf a few years ago), I came across the Dutch website, Drawing...

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In 2006 Mehmet Kubasik, a shopkeeper of Turkish descent was murdered in the German city of Dortmund, the last in a series of eight racially motivated murders by the extreme right wing terror unit National...

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Director’s Commentary : Army of God

March 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Regular readers may recall me blogging on a compelling work of comics reportage by David Axe and Tim Hamilton which was running on one of my regular bookmarked reads, Cartoon Movement. The series was Army...

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Comics: trip to Fukushima

December 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

Fumio Obata has posted up the second of his comics about the Fukushima incident in Japan in an English language version. Originally created for the Italian magazine Internatzionale, this strip concerns his visit to the...

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