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The Corbyn Comic Book (2017)
de Billy Mather, Steven Appleby, C. Baker, Steve Bell, Hannah Berry, Tom Blackford, Chicane, Stephen Collins, Jordan Collver, Richard Dearing, Dix, Mike Donaldson, Kate Evans, Karrie Fransman, Olly Gruner, Holly Heath, Joe Henson, David Hine, Jake, Rebecca K. Jones, Jonesy, Luke Kemp-James, Keith McDougall, Emily McGovern, Miranda Meldrum, Henry Miller, Peter Morey, Louis Netter, Charles Newton, F. Rahman, Paul Rainy, Zoom Rockman, Martin Rowson, J. Schwochert, Ginny Skinner, Mark Stafford, Jonathan Stevenson, J. Francis Totti, Anna Trench, Richard Worth
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Pollsters called it a foregone conclusion. Columnists said Theresa May's snap general election wouldn't just return her a thumping majority in the House of Commons - it would plunge the opposition into existential crisis. For Labour MPs, concerns about "job security" in an age of zero-hours contracts suddenly felt uncomfortably close to home. And then something happened. Momentum got to work. Grime4Corbyn gathered steam. Clicktivists were transformed into door-knocking, flag-waving activists. Soon, a familiar chant - "Oh, Jeremy Corbyn" - was reverberating around football stadiums and venues across the country. All this while Theresa turned Maybot and the Conservatives released a manifesto that looked bad for people and even worse for animals. Featuring work by many of the UK's best-known cartoonists, including Martin Rowson, Steve Bell and Stephen Collins, The Corbyn Comic Bookcaptures the qualities, quirks and flaws of a man whose startling rise to prominence has been the defining story of 2017. He didn't win, but he did cause a political earthquake. Corbynmania is a thing now - and so is Comix4Corbyn.
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