“World War 3 Illustrated takes on the world with this new collection of anticapitalist political comics. Now is the Time of Monsters explores and exposes the predatory logic that underpins our economy, politics, justice system, and human relations. From Wall Street to billionaire far-right funders like the Mercer and Koch families to vile creatures like Larry Nassar and Harvey Weinstein, this collection indicts them all in their war against us.
With contributions by Sue Coe, Eric Drooker, Sabrina Jones, Seth Tobocman, Sandy Jimenez, Peter Kuper, Kevin Pyle, Carlo Quispe and many more.”
Carlo Quispe & Mike Diana
134 pages - $35 + $5 shipping US only
”Boiled Angel Publishing presents the 2nd URANUS collaboration between cartoonists Carlo Quispe and outlaw Mike Diana, each contributing many stories of gay love and horror, respectively. Quispe's Asstroboy and Supermanuel, plus new Mike Diana comics, artwork and multiple full-page collaboratory spreads”
Smoke Signal produced by Desert Island Comics
“A male superhero with a goatee and long black hair is flying chaotically over an unidentified cityscape at the comic opens. Townspeople cringe and run away, but our hero is heading right into the heat of battle — with a giant figure of Donald Trump who is, Godzilla-like, breaking buildings in half and destroying the metropolis. The large Trump-like monster swings as SuperManuel ducks and dodges…”
“Designed by Velour in her signature style, it features illustrations, collages, fashion editorials, poems, interviews, and essays by over 75 queer artists and drag performers from around the world. Since it's inception in 2013, the magazine has been dedicated to showcasing the work of drag queens and drag kings, queer, trans, AFAB, and non-binary drag artists from all backgrounds.
This new collector's edition, which compiles all 3 issues of Velour for the first time, showcases House of Velour's dedication to celebrating every drag artist who dares to create work that pushes boundaries in both queer and mainstream culture. Now larger and in hardback form, the compiled issues of Velour are a comprehensive study of the complex and varied nature and vision of drag today…”