to destroy the border   A brief look at the colonial roots of the US border, its history, the function of citizenship and the role of non profits in enforcing border policy.

to destroy the border

A brief look at the colonial roots of the US border, its history, the function of citizenship and the role of non profits in enforcing border policy.

  Naki  by Vulpes  Suspensions, assaults, jail sentences, an assassination attempt, Deniz Naki has faced more than your average professional soccer player. All for the cause of Kurdish liberation and anti-fascism.

Naki by Vulpes

Suspensions, assaults, jail sentences, an assassination attempt, Deniz Naki has faced more than your average professional soccer player. All for the cause of Kurdish liberation and anti-fascism.

  Marusya   The story of the Ukrainian anarchist revolutionary, Maria Nikiforova, better known as “Marusya”. Often in the shadow of her male counterpart, Nestor Makhno, Marusya rode the rails around the countryside with a militia, redistributing wealth from town to town.

Marusya

The story of the Ukrainian anarchist revolutionary, Maria Nikiforova, better known as “Marusya”. Often in the shadow of her male counterpart, Nestor Makhno, Marusya rode the rails around the countryside with a militia, redistributing wealth from town to town.

  Futbolin  by anonymous  The surprisingly radical history of Foosball.

Futbolin by anonymous

The surprisingly radical history of Foosball.

  Shinmin  by anonymous  The story of the oft-overlooked autonomous zone that blossomed in Shinmin, Manchuria in 1929.

Shinmin by anonymous

The story of the oft-overlooked autonomous zone that blossomed in Shinmin, Manchuria in 1929.

  Tiamat Will Have Her Revenge  by Gertrude Pebbleton  A look at the Turkish regimes deliberate targeting of cultural resources in its quest for regional hegemony, as well as larger questions of historical erasure and resistance.

Tiamat Will Have Her Revenge by Gertrude Pebbleton

A look at the Turkish regimes deliberate targeting of cultural resources in its quest for regional hegemony, as well as larger questions of historical erasure and resistance.

  Black Snake/White Ribbon  by T. Baumle  A rallying cry for resistance to the Bayou Bridge Pipeline, the last leg of the Dakota Access Pipeline, Black Snake/White Ribbon by T. Baumle shows what the pipeline means for Louisiana's future and provides some thoughts on how to win back our future on the Gulf.

Black Snake/White Ribbon by T. Baumle

A rallying cry for resistance to the Bayou Bridge Pipeline, the last leg of the Dakota Access Pipeline, Black Snake/White Ribbon by T. Baumle shows what the pipeline means for Louisiana's future and provides some thoughts on how to win back our future on the Gulf.

  The Fuzz , A Brief History of Policing  The Fuzz is a short comic by Gertrude Pebbleton that succinctly traces the origins and developments of what we know as "the fuzz" today. Rooted in slave patrols and strikebreakers, Gertrude reminds us who our friends aren't.

The Fuzz, A Brief History of Policing

The Fuzz is a short comic by Gertrude Pebbleton that succinctly traces the origins and developments of what we know as "the fuzz" today. Rooted in slave patrols and strikebreakers, Gertrude reminds us who our friends aren't.

  Siege Engines   Siege Engines is a comic created by Tiger Killhour, Padmini Parthasarathy and Vulpes. It focuses on the struggle of migrants passing through the so-called "Balkan Route" and the decentralized, horizontal mutual aid networks along the way.

Siege Engines

Siege Engines is a comic created by Tiger Killhour, Padmini Parthasarathy and Vulpes. It focuses on the struggle of migrants passing through the so-called "Balkan Route" and the decentralized, horizontal mutual aid networks along the way.

  Go Pack!   Go Pack! is a comic by Vulpes. It follows his brief excursion to Kohler, WI during the UAW strike at the Kohler factory in November 2015. Features an anachronistic company town, cold weather solidarity and a bunch of fun accents.

Go Pack!

Go Pack! is a comic by Vulpes. It follows his brief excursion to Kohler, WI during the UAW strike at the Kohler factory in November 2015. Features an anachronistic company town, cold weather solidarity and a bunch of fun accents.

  Where You Stand no. 1   Where You Stand follows its author, T. Baumle, through the better (or worse) part of a year following the election of Donald Trump. The comic represents one New Orleans-based perspective through the haze of rising fascism.

Where You Stand no. 1

Where You Stand follows its author, T. Baumle, through the better (or worse) part of a year following the election of Donald Trump. The comic represents one New Orleans-based perspective through the haze of rising fascism.