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#135 Dangerous Cartoonists
Live from the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, cartoonists Ted Rall, Chip Zdarsky, and Rokudenashiko talk censorship, the surprisingly subversive power of cartoons, and the dying art of comics journalism.
May 24, 2016

Live from the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, cartoonists Ted Rall, Chip Zdarsky, and Rokudenashiko talk censorship, the surprisingly subversive power of cartoons, and the dying art of comics journalism.

Chip Zdarsky’s Twitter: @Zdarsky

Ted Rall’s Twitter: @TedRall

Rokudenashiko’s Twitter: @6d745

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