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Tiny pocket sized pro Jeremy Corbyn based comic. Mr Corbyn is evaluated through the eyes of a 12 year old boy.

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  1. Henry Miller

    Corbyn is a sweet, tragic, hopeful thing.

    Told through the eyes of a 12 year old who notices, that despite the food banks and brutal inequality of contemporary Britain, his dad has discovered something to believe in. Something that would help create a more equal and just society, a society for the many not for the few. That something, of course, is Jeremy Corbyn.

    The art is perfectly suited to the mood – grey and brooding, like a relentless drizzle, or the actualisation of despair. Corbyn will have your heart in your throat, but it is also genuinely laugh out loud funny. That’s a hard thing to pull off, but Henry Miller (no, not that Henry Miller) has achieved it in a way that makes it seem easy.

    Recent weeks in British politics have been dominated by the actual Corbyn’s growing majority following, bolstered by a economically strong manifesto that seeks to tackle the ability of those with the most money to avoid paying a fair share of tax. He’s even had the whole of Glastonbury festival singing his name.

    This tiny comic however was written back in 2015 when it didn’t seem possible for a politician with morals to actually have a chance of becoming prime minister. Henry Miller writes:

    On the 12th September 2015 Jeremy Corbyn became leader of the Labour Party with a landslide majority. Game on.

    It is still very much game on indeed.

    Check out the first 14 pages of the zine:

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    Review by Nathan Penlington Syndicated Zine Reviews

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