On graphic narrative as left-wing propaganda, and goofy canadian marginalist thought-structures.

Posted by Jeremy Clarke on June 13, 2004 · General

actionparty.gifFound this fun but perhaps shaky comic on the website of something called the Canadian Action Party, which I stumbled upon randomly in my search for local poll statistics for Quebec.

They appear to have a nice enough platform, though it seems to be a bit too far on the radical/econocomic-quack side of the spectrum for me. The comic details a monetary theory that I am completely unqualified to assess, but which seems like it’s built on ground none to solid.

Of course, the best part is the art which just can’t bring itself up past the level of the religious missionary style that always makes me smile (note the basic cinematic rules broken by the artist, CROSSING THE AXIS!?).

Also, vote NDP. Jack Loves You.

Posted by Jeremy Clarke on June 13, 2004 · General

2 Comments

  1. Mike

    Your comics suck complete primate ass

    September 29th, 2005 at 10:40 am

  2. Jeremy Clarke

    do you actually mean my comics or the action party comics?

    September 29th, 2005 at 1:50 pm

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