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My night last night.

These images and videos coming out of Gaza. So many dead and severely injured children. Panicked men frantically digging babies out from under rubble. Mothers howling. These are the things we usually see after a massive natural disaster. Our hearts collectively break. Afterwards we implore one another to help, to donate to the Red Cross, to do anything to help.

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"Cops don’t usually hassle people like you.”

Matt, Kim and Angie, gearing up to protest the World Economic Forum.

Panels from Angie Bongiolatti.

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The Ink Panthers Show! Summer Special 2014

Mike Dawson and Alex Robinson, feat. Tony Consiglio

Happy Summer everybody!!

Gags and Tiger Bear take a break from sunning themselves on the beach, and creep back into the steamy humid Lair to catch up and discuss some very important topics. Mostly we complain about The Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, agree that the best Godzilla movie is Cloverfield, and then fan-favorite Tony Consiglio makes an appearance!

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mikedawwwson:

In observation of Father’s Day, I made a comic about some of the drawings my daughter has been bringing home from school lately. Posted here at SLATE

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Cover art for Rage! #4

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Big old action sequence

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"You could literally kill yourself and it would make zero impact on the world"

A heated discussion about the value of having a social conscience.

Excerpt from Angie Bongiolatti

Angie Bongiolatti is a 20-something political activist with the International Socialist Organization. Her day-job is at Global Learning Systems, an internet company looking to develop online college courses. The year is 2002, and a large public protest against the World Economic Forum holding it’s conference in New York City is about to take place. The terrorist attacks of September 11th are only a few months in the past.

This is the story of Angie and a disparate group of her friends and acquaintances, all linked through our eponymous heroine. People from Angie’s past and present are brought out to the rally, each for reasons of their own. Some have a genuine enthusiasm for social activism, others have ulterior motives. Throughout the story each character has their political outlooks questioned and challenged.

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"Liberals in rich countries - they’re full of it!"

Kim expresses herself, paraphrasing a George Orwell essay on Rudyard Kipling.

"But because he identifies himself with the official class, he does possess one thing which ‘enlightened’ people seldom or never possess, and that is a sense of responsibility. The middle-class Left hate him for this quite as much as for his cruelty and vulgarity. All left-wing parties in the highly industrialized countries are at bottom a sham, because they make it their business to fight against something which they do not really wish to destroy. They have internationalist aims, and at the same time they struggle to keep up a standard of life with which those aims are incompatible. We all live by robbing Asiatic coolies, and those of us who are ‘enlightened’ all maintain that those coolies ought to be set free; but our standard of living, and hence our ‘enlightenment’, demands that the robbery shall continue. A humanitarian is always a hypocrite, and Kipling’s understanding of this is perhaps the central secret of his power to create telling phrases.”

http://orwell.ru/library/reviews/kipling/english/e_rkip

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