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class war comix
 
excellent writing
masterpiece art
historical bonus 2
total score 8
Class War Comix
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Only Printing / March, 1979 / 36 Pages / Kitchen Sink

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REVIEW SCORE 7
The first issue of Class War Comix was supposed to present only the first chapter of a projected graphic novel by English cartoonist Cliff Harper. This is a well-drawn, fascinating tale about real people, communal living and the potential complications of living outside normal society. Unfortunately, there was never a second issue of this comic book, but Harper has gone on to a very successful illustration career and is as politically active as ever.
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HISTORICAL FOOTNOTES:

Kitchen Sink printed approximately 10,000 copies of this comic book. It has not been reprinted.
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COMIC CREATORS:

Cliff Harper - 1-34, 35 (text), 36
Jay Kinney - 2 (editorial)