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Cartoonists Respond to Frank Miller’s Anti-Occupy Rant [Webcomics]


Martha Washington Goes To War and Batman: Year One writer Frank Miller's controversial remarks about the Occupy movement have inspired passionate response from members of the comic book community, mostly in the resoundingly negative...

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Cartoonists Occupy Webcomics in ‘Beginning of the American Fall’ and ‘Occupy Sketchbook’


Known to ComicsAlliance readers for publishing Susie Cagle's What Every Woman Should Know -- about the faith-based "crisis pregnancy centers" that have been cropping up in California -- and several pieces in support of assaulted cartoonist Ali Ferzat, Cartoon Movement has quite naturally been all over the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City and elsewhere...

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Batman is the 1%, Debates Occupy Wall Street Protestors in New Dorkly Video


The animation talents at Dorkly have come up with a version of Batman who's not terribly sympathetic to the Occupy Wall Street Movement, and it's something we thought you and Frank Miller might like (possibly for different reasons)...

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Parting Shot: Frank Miller Calls Occupy Movement ‘Louts, Thieves and Rapists’


300 and Holy Terror creator Frank Miller expresses his thoughts about the Occupy movement on his blog.

Everybody's been too damn polite about this nonsense:

The "Occupy" movement, whether displaying itself on Wall Street or in the streets of Oakland (which has, with unspeakable cowardice, embraced it) is anything but an exercise of our blessed First Amendment...

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Cartoonist Susie Cagle on Her Tear Gassing and Arrest While Covering Occupy Oakland [Interview]


International attention has fallen on the campsite of Occupy Oakland in the wake of tear gassing raids and mass arrests by police trying to clear protestors from the site, as well as the hospitalization of Marine and Iraq War veteran Scott Olsen who suffered brain damage when his skull was fractured by a police projectile...

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Parting Shot: V for Vendetta Bandanas Offer Anonymity, Legal Tips to Occupy Protestors


As protestors in Oakland, including cartoonist Susie Cagle, recently faced tear gas, bean bag bullets, and arrest for participating in the Occupy movement, Laughing Squid points out bandanas with V for Vendetta/Guy Fawkes designs by Matthew Borgatti that can be worn as a full or half face mask, and are "printed with safe sane protesting advice about dealing with police, sharing your location, who to call in the event of legal troubles," said Borgatti...

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Wall Street Occupied by Unemployed Man and Friends on Halloween


Unemployed Man, Krug Man, Captain Generica, Wonder Mother and Master of Degrees faced off against the money-sucking Slotbot 3000 and its wheel of doom in New York City yesterday amid the Occupy protests on Wall Street...

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The Super-Rich Super-Heroes Respond To #OccupyWallStreet: We Are The (Fictional) 1%


If you've been paying attention to the news lately, you're probably already aware of the ongoing Occupy Wall Street protests. Groups of protesters have "occupied" cities all over the country to say their piece against corporate greed and economic inequalities, referring to themselves as "the 99%" in reference to their stance against the 1% of Americans who control the vast majority of wealth...

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Parting Shot: Bruce Wayne For Occupy Gotham


Anjinanhut of Deviant Art imagines billionaire Bruce Wayne pulling a Warren Buffet, and supporting the Occupy movement in his hometown of Gotham City.

Link Ink: Occupy Wall Street Art, ‘Costoberfest’ And George Clooney Reflects On ‘Batman & Robin’


Art: Eric Drooker (The New Yorker, Howl) created a poster for Occupy Wall Street.

Anime: New One Piece resumed this past weekend. What'd you think?

Cosplay: Marvel has kicked off "Costoberfest," a promotion that profiles cosplayers via social media daily through the month of October...

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