WORLD WAR 3 ILLUSTRATED PRESENTS “SHAMELESS FEMINISTS”
December 8, 2019
World War 3 illustrated, the comic book anthology of political cartoons is launching its 50th issue: Shameless Feminists.
Are there “woke” comics? If so the artists of World War 3 illustrated have been making them for decades and this latest 192-page collection of stories by cartoonists from around the world is devoted to the topic of Feminism. This black and white printed anthology of stories, Shameless Feminists, will include images and stories from award-winning creators and storytellers new to the medium.
“We have never been so strong, so free, so powerful, and we are under attack. We are breaking glass ceilings, and picking the shards from our eyes. After nearly a century of suffrage, we find ourselves ruled over by the most brazen groper-in-chief in modern history. In response, we assert our rights, our images, our narratives, and we shame our attackers.”- From the editorial statement.
This issue includes stories and art by Paula Hewitt Amram, Katherine Arnoldi, Andrea Arroyo, Isabella Bannerman, Susan Simensky Bietila, Jenny Gonzalez-Blitz, Jennifer Camper, Allyssa Lou Allen, Teresa Cherubini, MK Czerwiec, Fly, Sandy Jimenez, Monica Johnson, Sabrina Jones, Peter Kuper, Ellen Lindner, Joanne Starer, Rebecca Migdal, Andrea Narno, Seong Un McFarlane, Charly Shooster, fitri dk, Regina Silvers, Lauren Simkin Berke, Jessica Sturdivant, Lance Tooks, Tamara Tornado, Jenny Brown, Emily Waters, Lauren Weinstein, Susan Willmarth, and others.
ABOUT WORLD WAR 3 ILLUSTRATED
World War 3 Illustrated is an American comics anthology magazine distributed by AK Press. Established in 1979 by New York City comic book artists Peter Kuper and Seth Tobocman, and painter Christof Kohlhofer. Now in its 40th year, it continues its proud tradition of publishing more new comic book artists each issue than any publication of its type. Frequent and notable contributors and editors, mostly based in New York City, include Isabella Bannerman, Sue Coe, Scott Cunningham, Eric Drooker, Sandy Jimenez, Sabrina Jones, Mac McGill, Rebecca Migdal, Kevin Pyle, and James Romberger. See the website here