Saddle stitched binding, illustration of two figures looking at a pie chart outside an encampment, with text and designs; 8 pp.

What're those "Occupy" Protesters So Cranky About Anyways?, 2011

Mission Mini-Comix is a loosely organized, San Francisco-based collective consisting of the two comic artists Mikey Reger and Rio Roth-Barreiro and their friends. They make eight-page minicomics using a single 8-1/2 x 11 inch sheet of paper, which detail political and social commentary with a sarcastic sense of humor. Members contribute their own illustrations and writing to these collaborative efforts, resulting in a comic finished in multiple styles but which coheres in its content and critical leanings. Mission Mini-Comix are xeroxed in editions ranging from several hundred to a couple thousand and are distributed at protests and bookfairs in San Francisco and across the country.

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Title
What're those "Occupy" Protesters So Cranky About Anyways?
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Artist
Accession Number
2018.86.1418
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Saddle stitched binding, illustration of two figures looking at a pie chart outside an encampment, with text and designs; 8 pp.
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