What if everything the right thought about the left was real?

Accomplished ANTIFA operative Max Marx is about to get THE big promotion: body augmentation to become a fully-fledged super-soldier in the shadowy organization’s never-ending battle to destroy the police, the American way of life, gender, capitalism, and anything else they decide to deem “fascist.”

The next frontline: internet celebrity and right-wing gadfly Adonis Asproulis is about to give a lecture on the campus of the prestigious Earle University. Adonis could do the impossible: present college students with a debate, ANTIFA’S worst nightmare. Can Max and his comrades get to the university and deplatform him in time? Or can the officers of the Big City PD and newly-promoted Sergeant Paul O’Shea put a stop to it?

64 full color pages; 6″x9″; SRP: $14.99;
ISBN: 978-1945509-64-3; DIAMOND: JAN211538;

Distressingly On-Point, But Hilarious, Political Satire … Scathing social commentary that anyone who’s paying attention can appreciate, and better yet, learn from

Jameson Hampton, Women Write About Comics

This hilarious book depicts what your racist grandpa thinks antifa is up to … the definitive piece of satire about the conservative mindset.

Joe Berkowitz, Fast Company

I’m glad that bitingly witty books like this exist but I’d much rather live in one where they didn’t need to.

Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier

Lubchansky, a cartoonist and editor at The Nib, reveals the secrets of left-wing protest groups with tongue held firmly in cheek

If you’re looking for subtle, this ain’t the place, but it also goes without saying that these are hardly subtle times we live in.