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Guns Don't Kill People By Dean Rankine One-Shot



the fax By MCP



Search Engine Funnies T Campbell (script) Jamie Noguchi, Thor Thorvaldson, Jr. (art)



Neil Lisst Completed Series



In Contempt by Kevin Moore Tuesday and Thursday



POOPAGANDA!!! By Mason Weed Ancient Chinese Secret



Lucky + Guy Every Friday



The Hospitality Club: Grumpy Valmi and The Others By Romuald 'Sigurdas' Bokej



Yet another bloody 9-11 story by Laura Seabrook one-shot, no updates



The Navel Gazer by Lonnie Allen copyright © 2005



The New Adventures of King Bushie?Poo the First By Greg Holkan Sometimes



Hutch Owen Daily by Tom Hart Updates daily!



Cartoons of Mass Destruction Stan Yan Irregularly.



Bam-Bam and the Barbarians Art: Josh Bayer/ Writing: Joaquin delaPuente and Josh Bayer Once every two weeks during March and April



Secret Weapon (Flash Comic) By Dean Rankine One-shot



Right About Now Written and Illustrated by J. Andrew World Monday through Thursday



Untelevised By Shan Lee Cook



Lefty - Schlau und Rot By Fritz Ullmann Weekly Updates



Soapbox Gallery Comics By MH Heintz sporatically



Sound Bites 2008, Election coverage by Steven "Two Sheds" Stubens Saturdays, Sundays for new news cycles


Recommended Reading


I find comics about politics tedious and boring. I find them lacking in the humour department, which is the entire point to political satire, in my view. Then I found Neil Lisst. Oh thank heavens I found Neil Lisst.
To say the art of political cartoons is dead is a lie. To say they're all unfunny is wrong. For me to tell you that political cartoons have no place on the internet is false. This comic proved that to me. From Darth Cheney, to Obi-Wan Murtha. Giant floppy eared President Bush. New Orleans to Valerie Prime. Political Jeopardy to Survivor: Washington. Neil Lisst has not only proven to be a comedic genius in the writing department, complimented well by the art of Rempel, but it's also the name of an actually funny Political Cartoon. Note: It's the only one I can read and actually come back to a second time....and a third....fourth....and now I'm writing a review. Usually in color, unless the satire of the strip is a stab at racism, Neil Lisst is a colorful world, vibrant in its details, but not too distracting; The focus is the writing. Stay tuned to your CNN, Fox News, and what-have-you...because the strip is usually quite accurate to the time you're living. Neil will hit above and below the belt. He takes no prisoners...and he does it with excellent taste, while delivering to you exactly what you're thinking. Refer to his New Orleans disaster set of strips. If you're a person who reads the newspaper, reads the news websites, watches the news on TV, or is just pivvy to the news via molecular transmission of radiowaves into your brain...this is the comic for you. Even if it's not, read it. Darth Cheney demands it. ... read it now!


Mark Dreskin on Untelevised By Shan Lee Cook

Laughing out loud.
These comics are some of the rare ones that make me laught out loud; the lines and thoughts and ideas are distinctive, caustic and sharp.  The political ones hit their mark very precisely.  The simple line art, but distinct charicatures and effective use of color, make them quite a pleasure to look at.  When new current events come along, I like to see what "Untelevised" has to say about them. ... read it now!



HB and Pink liked it. So will you.

There are some strong pencils here and sharp criticism. I have enjoyed both greatly. I posted a longer review with strip back in August, before this material was posted on Webcomics Nation. I liked it then, and I like it still and look forward to Michael Heintz's next jab at Washington.

I notice he's only got one posted at the moment, but there are lots more at his main site: http://www.mhheintz.com/ 

If interested in reading more of my August review, it's at: http://www.webcomicsnation.com/rstevenson/hbcomicblog/series.php?view=archive&chapter=17609&name=hbcomicblog

... read it now!


Actively Disengaged Wednesdays    ··||··    Ad Hominem and Grits L A Sosnowski Sunday and Wednesday    ··||··    Asleep at the Wheel by Burke Infrequent.    ··||··    Bam-Bam and the Barbarians Art: Josh Bayer/ Writing: Joaquin delaPuente and Josh Bayer Once every two weeks during March and April    ··||··    Barack Yobama By Paul E Martinez    ··||··    Cartoons of Mass Destruction Stan Yan Irregularly.    ··||··    CASH AND CRUELTY By Kaptain Kulo Hopefully once a month...    ··||··    Church Cat by Agouti-Rex Updated randomly    ··||··    Daily from the Dail by CAMIR Updates Sundays    ··||··    DEMOLITION DOVE "A Tale of Two Parties" By Javier Hernandez    ··||··    Dogman by Bryan and Van when ideas come in one end and out the other.    ··||··    Fault Lines by Lippy New strips every Monday    ··||··    Guns Don't Kill People By Dean Rankine One-Shot    ··||··    Hutch Owen Daily by Tom Hart Updates daily!    ··||··    Hutch Owen Weekly Strip by Tom Hart Updates Mondays for your Coffee    ··||··    IAMWAR funnies By Josh Bayer whenever I can    ··||··    In Contempt by Kevin Moore Tuesday and Thursday    ··||··    Iraq: Operation Corporate Takeover by Sean Michael Wilson and Lee O'Connor    ··||··    John McPopeye and Sara the Goon (Electric Guitar Time-Travel Adventures) By Josh Bayer ehh..who knows. im Busy with Bam bam and getting my Masters degr    ··||··    Kapo - The Women's version of the Oreo By Donna Barr One-shot cartoon    ··||··    Last Days of Cake By Eric Xodik (I Will Control Your Brain) Tuesdays, and Thursdays...maybe sometimes Sundays    ··||··    Lefty - Schlau und Rot By Fritz Ullmann Weekly Updates    ··||··    LiL DUDE By Josh Bayer when I can    ··||··    little green man by RY (words) and CR (art) one shot, No updates    ··||··    Lot 14    ··||··    Lucky + Guy Every Friday    ··||··    Money Warrior by Tom Hart Weekly, or so    ··||··    More Stories About Buildings and Food Sylvia Kates Weekly- Saturday    ··||··    Most Serene Republic By Phred    ··||··    My visual opinion IDIDTHIS© One-shot no updates    ··||··    Neil Lisst Completed Series    ··||··    Neil Lisst Avatars    ··||··    Phil & Buster by Josh McDonald periodically    ··||··    PoliSciFi by Jet Fisher Weekends    ··||··    POOPAGANDA!!! By Mason Weed Ancient Chinese Secret    ··||··    President Suit, Savior of the World by Patriotic Mobster Every Wednesday    ··||··    Razorblade Spin-Cycle Rad Tourniquet When ever he feels the need to    ··||··    Reflejo de guerra Por Santiago Casares Historia completa    ··||··    Right About Now Written and Illustrated by J. Andrew World Monday through Thursday    ··||··    Search Engine Funnies T Campbell (script) Jamie Noguchi, Thor Thorvaldson, Jr. (art)    ··||··    Secret Weapon (Flash Comic) By Dean Rankine One-shot    ··||··    Soapbox Gallery Comics By MH Heintz sporatically    ··||··    Sound Bites 2008, Election coverage by Steven "Two Sheds" Stubens Saturdays, Sundays for new news cycles    ··||··    The Book of Jesse Issue 1: April is the Cruelest... Written by Thomas Foster and Ronald Morgan, Illustrated by Takis Simon    ··||··    the fax By MCP    ··||··    The Grand Narrative by Matthew in Randwick Every Thursday    ··||··    The Hospitality Club: Grumpy Valmi and The Others By Romuald 'Sigurdas' Bokej    ··||··    The Navel Gazer by Lonnie Allen copyright © 2005    ··||··    The New Adventures of King Bushie?Poo the First By Greg Holkan Sometimes    ··||··    The Vote of the Living Dead Stan Yan    ··||··    They don't know what they're doing    ··||··    Trunktown by Shaenon Garrity and Tom Hart    ··||··    U.S.A. War ™ : Instruction Manual by Lonnie Allen    ··||··    Untelevised By Shan Lee Cook    ··||··    Walkerville, Pop: Awesome! Photos and Words by Jason LaTendresse One-Shot    ··||··    Whistling Past the Graveyard By Rick Brooks Saturdays    ··||··    WWJD By Dean Rankine One-Shot    ··||··    Yet another bloody 9-11 story by Laura Seabrook one-shot, no updates    ··||··   
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