World War 3 Illustrated is an annual anthology of political comics and a political arts collective with a 40 year history. We started in 1979 as a response to the rise of Ronald Reagan, and have continued as an all volunteer, democratically managed magazine ever since. In the 1980s and 90s we were one of the first publications to take up the cause of the Lower East Side Squatters Movement, Move and Mumia Abu Jamal. We started to address issues of police brutality and gentrification in 1983 and have continued to this day. Our current issue comes out in the middle of the world wide pandemic.
The World We Are Fighting For
This has been an explosive year. It is a good time to ask: What do we really care about? What are we fighting for? For our fifty-first edition, artists and writers were asked to bring heart and vision to this question. The comics in this edition range from cheerful to angry, from prescriptive to absurd, employing both humor and strong imagery. Some are roadmaps for change. Others simply tell us what the artists’ values are and what they hold dear in an era of climate chaos, social polarization, and political authoritarianism.
Contributors include: ABO Comix Collective, JB Brager, Steve Brodner, Sue Coe, Ethan Heitner, Sandy Jimenez, Ben Katchor, Peter Kuper, Mac McGill, Courtney Menard, Rebecca Migdal, José Muñoz, Mohammad Sabaaneh, Sue Simensky, Terry Tapp, Colleen Tighe, Seth Tobocman, Jordan Worley, and more.
224 pages—16 of them color!
#50 Shameless Feminists
#49 The Time Of Monsters
#48 Fight Fascism
#47 Climate Chaos (Back Issue)
Disaster And Resistance
The Face Of Struggle
War In The Neighborhood
The government does not care We the people must help each other! qr code for https://cccovid19response.org on left side with the url visible art by Seth Tobocman $0 profit.
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Peter Kuper‘s illustrations and comics have appeared in magazines around the world including Time, The New York Times and MAD where he has written and illustrated SPY vs. SPY every issue since 1997. See a selection of featured publications.