ARTHUR NO. 5 (with David Cross on the cover as crazed jingoist god-blessed S.U.V.-driving soccer mom) IS SOLD OUT.
This was the issue we published back in June 2003 when 90% of the USA was in favor of invading Iraq.
Well Arthur No. 5 is now gone forever, peacenik fanboy.
BUT! you can download the entire issue in PDF (11mb) here:
FILE GONE MISSING
Photographer Lauren Klain captures DAVID CROSS on his way to a Clear Channel war rally…
KRISTINE MCKENNA on the Tower of Protest, a Vietnam-era action on Sunset Blvd by celebrated artists. With photos by CHARLES BRITTIN…
Jonathan Shainin speaks with CHRIS HEDGES about the truths not being told about war…
ALAN MOORE comments on what the US and UK governments have been up to lately….
DAVID BYRNE writes about his life during wartime.
Righteous poetry by MICHAEL BROWNSTEIN, CHARLES POTTS and AMY TRUSSELL…
Art and comics by Steve Andersen, Tauno Blisted & Mac McGill, Robbie Conal, John Coulthart, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Bill Griffith, Megan Kelso with Ron Rege, Peter Kuper, David Lasky, Sharon Rudahl, Patti Smith & Jem Cohen, art spiegelman and Carol Swain.
MICHAEL MOORCOCK on the fate of empires
DANIEL PINCHBECK on why he’s glad George Bush is president
Arthur film columnist PAUL CULLUM asks “Is George Bush addicted to cocaine?” as he examines “Horns and Halos,” “Journeys with George,” “Uncle Saddam,” “What I’ve Learned About U.S. Foreign Policy: The War Against the Third World” and “Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election.”
And — the fabulous GLAMericans are spotlit by Steffie Nelson…
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