When Politics Meet Comic Books



I know we tend to overlook politics here at Neatorama, but when they are so well combined with comic book art, it's hard to ignore. Whether or not you agree with what they say, it's easy to enjoy the art itself.

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Add me to the list of people that do see regular and liberal political content and would like to see it stop. Maybe that's "neat" on a political or liberal blog but it's a bit jarring here and I dislike it. I'd dislike it even if I agreed with it I suppose, but since I've never read a liberal bashing post here I can't really say. Not looking for equal air time, I'm just hoping the political content stops.
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I'm a daily reader, and I am far from hardcore conservative. Again, that is a fallacy, a vast generalization of a group of people.
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Jill, that's a sweeping generalization.

I'm not even involved in your political system, but I can see the subtle pro-liberal bias. back when Sarah Palin was the liberal punching bag, you'd see articles making fun of her like gangbusters here.

I think you tend to draw from a more liberal base for the articles, but I have seen some from the other end of the spectrum, too.

And I thought the young guy in this comic was black. Kinda brings out the whole "white people are rich, black people are poor" stereotype.
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