Occupy Comics #3

Occupy Comics #3

Writer: Alan Moore, amp, Various Artist: Joe Ruff, amp, Various Publisher: Black Mask Studios Release Date: August 28, 2013 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
8.3Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

This once-in-a-lifetime collaboration of more than 50 comics pros is a celebration of Occupy and a time-capsule of the movement's themes. The organizers and creators are donating all their revenue after costs to Occupy-related efforts and initiatives.

  • 9.0
    Comic Booked - David Gillette Aug 28, 2013

    Occupy Comics continues to bring varied opinions, voices, and perspectives together in its anthology effectively and without compromise. The latest edition is out today at your local comic shop. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Schenker Aug 29, 2013

    No matter your take on the Occupy movement as a whole, this issue, and the two that proceeded it, is a nice look at a political movement that fizzled quickly and whose long lasting contributions will be debated for some time to come. To get first hand accounts, and opinions, about what it all meant and why it happened is important in in the historical sense but also the educational. This series acted as a voice for creators to reflect and be free with what they say without corporate interference, much like the movement itself. It's voice is one we need and one I hope we see more of down the road. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Spectrum - Bob Bretall Aug 29, 2013

    I could go on, but if those 2 small excerpts made you think about the work conditions in the comics industry, whilst simultaneously bringing a sardonic smile to your face because of the beautifully crafted phraseology, then you should get Occupy Comics and read the entire essay. Alan Moore makes this a "must buy". The other stories are an entertaining bonus. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    GreyMouser Dec 5, 2013

    Anther good issue to this anthology, but a bit fluffed up. Worth it for people interested in this stuff &/or the writing of Alan Moore. Maybe not so much for others...

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