Archived posts from category ‘Comics’

22.08.12
Cartoon Movement: The Global Arena

 

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19.08.12
Matt Bors @ Offiziere.ch: Diplomatic Guidelines for Assange

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14.08.12
Cartoon Movement: ARMY OF GOD, Chapter Six

This is chapter six of of ARMY OF GOD, the graphic novel-length work of comics journalism about Congo and the LRA by me and Tim Hamilton. As each chapter focuses on a different aspect of the conflict in Congo, this one zeros in on the U.S. State Department under Hillary Clinton and their efforts to combat the violence, rape and kidnapping that has followed Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army and their tear through the countryside.

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10.08.12
Matt Bors: Crowdfunding Syria’s Rebels

 

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10.08.12
ARMY OF GOD Chapter Six Preview

On Monday, Cartoon Movement will publish the latest installment of ARMY OF GOD by myself and artist Tim Hamilton. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of the conflict in Congo; this one hones in on the U.S. State Department under Hillary Clinton and their efforts to combat the violence, rape and kidnapping that has followed Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army in their tear through the countryside.

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09.08.12
Slate‘s Dave Weigel: THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE ‘Funny, Sad’

Ace political reporter Dave Weigel at Slate interviews Corey Hutchins and I about our graphic novel THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.

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04.08.12
Rachel Maddow Calls THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE ‘Cool’

by DAVID AXE MSNBC host Rachel Maddow says our “cool” Alvin Greene comic THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE is “sitting on my night table.” Watch Maddow praise the comic in this clip.

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03.08.12
THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE = “Breezy”

Charleston City Paper reviews THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.

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21.07.12
A ‘Nerd’ Reviews WAR IS BORING

From the blog nerds of a feather.

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20.07.12
THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE a ‘Masterpiece’

The Daily Caller calls our Alvin Greene comic book a “masterpiece”:

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18.07.12
Underwire: Go Inside a Mercenary Company in Iraq in Unflinching Comic Blackwater Chronicles

SAN DIEGO — War correspondent Robert Young Pelton approached Erik Prince, founder of the notorious mercenary company Blackwater, with a bold proposal in late 2004. Pelton, a veteran who’s covered more than a dozen conflicts, wanted to ride along for a month with the toughest for-profit soldiers in Prince’s outfit, in what was then the most dangerous place in the world: Route Irish, the 12-mile stretch of highway connecting Baghdad’s airport to the Green Zone, the fortified neighborhood surrounding the U.S. embassy.

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17.07.12
WAR IS BORING ‘Works Well’

Better late than never when it comes to reviewing to my 2010 graphic novel WAR IS BORING.

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