Edited by World War 3 Illustrated
World War 3 Illustrated
This edition of the ground breaking political comic book World War 3 Illustrated explores the intersection of two of the most pressing issues of our time, Catastrophic Climate Change and Systemic Racism. Like every edition it is both intellectually challenging and artistically innovative and features the work of brilliant and committed artists both new and established. Features include: Award winning graphic novelist Peter Kuper and cartoonist Kate Evans illustrating the story of global warming. Death row journalist Mumia Abu Jamal on animal rights with illustrations by Sue Coe. Steve Brodner on Trump, Poster artist Josh Yoder on Standing Rock. Seth Tobocman, Sue Simensky Bietila and Sabrina Jones on exploding oil trains. Songe Riddle, Rebecca Migdal and Chris Kindred on police brutality. Egyptian poster designer Ganzeer reinvents the comic book page. Beehive collective cartoonist Meg Lemieur on Flint, Michigan. Former Black Panther Wayne Curtis on the privatization of water. Political art by David Solnit and Favianna Rodriguez. Nicolas Lampert on the role of art in protesting the Paris climate summit.
World War 3 Illustrated is a semi-annual comix and graphics magazine. Founded in 1979, by Seth Tobocman and Peter Kuper, World War 3 Illustrated was among the first American magazines to treat comics as a medium for serious social commentary and journalism. WW3 isn't about a war that might happen. It's about wars ongoing wars across the globe and in our own neighborhood, the wars we wage against each other and with ourselves. For 35 years, the magazine has been a labor of love, run by a volunteer collective of political activists and artists, both first-timers and established professionals. We're based in New York City and seek to provide a home for comics from around the world.