The Antiwar Comic: Sexy, Sexy War

I think I wrote this right around the time of the second or third Transformers movie.  I forget which one, but it's the one that turns into a commercial for Navy Seals about two thirds of the way through.  It annoys the Hell out of me that movie theaters play this elaborate commercials for the military and that I paid for those commercials.  Why does the Army need to recruit?  Shouldn't the "threat" to our country be enough incentive?  Of course, there's no real threat, which is why they...

The Antiwar Comic: Protesting in the 21st Centure

This comic was inspired by what I saw as a lost opportunity by the Daily Show and the Colbert Report to make their rally lasting and important.  Although I thought it was entertaining, ultimately I felt it could've gone much, much further. For more comics, visit our main site at We've also got a Kickstarter this month for one of our other comics.