How to Start a Revolution

June 14, 2011 § Leave a comment

We here love comics, and some of us love to make comics that don’t actually have an words.  So we are busy debating between ourselves what this comic, How to Start a Revolution, means.  On one hand, this comic could easily be read as a critique of our so-called Western, “modern” lives, in which capitalism stops us from being the people we were always meant to be.  On the other, this could easily be read as a statement that capitalism stops us from being our “primitive” selves, and that all revolutions naturally descend into a lack of any control.

Post if you have any thoughts.

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