comics

Resistance comix

Resistance comic issue 10 cover

Partial online archive of Resistance Comix, a radical comic published in the UK probably in the 1980s.

Miscellaneous Cartoons: Ernest Riebe

Ernest Riebe immigrated to the United States from his native Germany sometime around the turn of the 20th century. He became an illustrator and cartoonist for the IWW in the 1910's. His most famous creation was the long running series featuring Mr Block a caricature of a Conservative working man detailing his life and prejudices. Here are a few other images he created.

A day in the life of an anxious non-native TEFL teacher

A comic strip on the daily anxieties faced by an overly anxious non native TEFL teacher.

Mr Block comic

Mr. Block, who has no first name, was created November 7, 1912 by Ernest Riebe, a member of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). Block appeared that day in the Spokane newspaper Industrial Worker, smoking a cigar and wearing a checkered suit with top hat. Subsequently, Mr. Block lost the fancy clothes but often kept a hat, ten sizes too small, perched on one corner of his wooden blockhead.

Great moments in satire: a love note to the haters

An article by Hugh Goldring about Great Moments in Leftism, a comic strip that highlights the often absurd nature of the radical left.

The adventures of Comrade Appleton and Anarchy

A series of short comics inspired by the antics of a peculiarly persistent individualist who plagued the libcom forums for a while (who was mostly confined to this mammoth thread.) As a bonus, two other comics about a similarly minded individual are included.

Buffy the anarcho-syndicalist: Capitalism bites

Buffy the anarcho-syndicalist

An excellent detourned comic from 2004 about Buffy, the anarcho-syndicalist vampire-slayer.

Anarchy comics

Anarchy Comics

Anarchy Comics was a series of comics produced by the San Francisco based publisher Last Gasp, between 1978 and 1987. Here are all four published comics in PDF format.