Check out comics by Rachel Masilamani, Glynnis Fawkes, Stuart McMillen and more.
Today we’re rounding up the best comics we’ve seen online in the past few weeks. If we missed something, let us know in the comments below.
In Who Does He Favor? Rachel Masilamani meditates on family, heritage, and the impact that Donald Trump’s election (and the attitudes that allowed it) will have on her infant son. You can see more of her work at Mutha Magazine.
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Not familiar with Ferrier and Ramon’s robotic potty mouth? Check out a short zine to get the story thus far.
With America’s long national nightmare coming to a close today, not many people are looking forward to more elections at this point — but maybe that’s because they haven’t met D4VE!
The titular character of Ryan Ferrier and Valentin Ramon’s robotic parody comic returns for a third miniseries next year, where this time our hero is running for president. But before hearing about his platform, you may be wondering about his character — and to bring you up to speed, Ferrier and Ramon have released a D4VE Primer “zine.”
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With Comic-Con and the Republican National Convention occurring in the same week, The Guardian enlisted several cartoonists to draw their renditions of Trump and more.
Comic-Con International wasn’t the only convention happening in the United States last week; there was another convention with crazier, more colorful characters living in a fantasy world — the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. To mark this confluence of events, The Guardian asked several comic artists to turn their artistic talents to that other convention and the upcoming election.
Continue reading “Jeff Smith, Keith Knight, Peter Kuper and more turn their pens to the presidential election”