For their 51st edition, World War 3 Illustrated asked their artists and writers to bring heart and vision to two questions: What do we really care about? and What are we fighting for?
Their comic strips and panels are cheerful or angry, prescriptive, or absurd. There is both humor and strong imagery. Some artists bring a roadmap for change. Others simply tell us what their values are, who their loved ones are, what they are clinging to and holding on to in the struggle to exist. Some lean into the mysterious, the poetic, the unfinished, or the unknowable.
This book is really all about the how and the why. Artists tell us about their personal experience of activism, whether it's direct action, voting, or just talking with people.