Anyway this comic was originally published in a British comic titled 'AARGH' (Artists, Against Rampant Government Homophobia) in 1986 which was edited by Alan Moore. The comic was published in response to the British Section 28 law which prohibited the teachings of homosexuality and prohibits artists from promoting homosexuality. As a writer I see this law as bullshit because this basically means anything with the word 'Gay' or a gay character in a work that has nothing to do with homosexuality is against the law.
Anyway, before this turns into political blogababble, here's Neil Gaiman's political comic.
Hopefully Neil's lawyers or whatever don't get me for posting this, but he posted this on his blog in response to the Olypiad games in Sochi.
I highly doubt issues of 'AARGH' have been released here in the United States, you know how impoting is here, bullshit economics get in the way of consumer discovery.
PS: Even Neil admits there was no subtlety in this comic.
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