Enter the ferocious Tyrannosaurus Rex. A merciless beast, he surveys his territory, smashing houses and stomping helpless passersby. Soon, he is confronted by the equally vicious Utahraptor. The two engage each other with lightning speed. In the end, only the mighty T-rex remains. This happens every day in Dinosaur Comics.
It's a comedy.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 1, 2004 - 19:00
Get Your War On II includes more than 150 new comics. Get Your War On II will collect the comics that Rees has contributed to Rolling Stone, along with never-before-published comics appearing for the first time in this book.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on December 11, 2003 - 01:41
We sent your top questions to David Rees, the creator of Get Your War On and My New Fighting Technique Is Unstoppable. All of Rees' webcomics can be found at mnftiu.cc.
Read on for Rees' answers.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 17, 2003 - 18:12
The Ted Rall edited Attitude anthology of opinionated cartoonists is back with a second installment. Attitude 2: The New Subversive Social Commentary Cartoonists is apparently at the printers and will be relased in February 2004.
Included in Attitude 2 are webcomic-friendly cartoonists such as: Shannon Wheeler, Devid Rees, Stephen Notley, and Kevin Moore.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 17, 2003 - 16:16
The Wave interviews David Rees about his political webcomic, Get Your War On. Interesting facts to note: GYWO has been translated into French, Rees will now be creating comic strips for Rolling Stone magazine and The Wave put the wrong URL for GYWO in its story. (It's actually http://www.mnftiu.cc)
In the weeks after Sept. 11, when anthrax was flying through the postal system like AOL free samplers, and flags suddenly sprouted from every crack in the ground, pop culture balled into a foetal position and rolled under a table. You were there, too, so you canâ€™t deny you saw it. American pop culture briefly became nothing less than a 24-hour, instantly-updated funeral service with occasional breaks for scary news stories about "dirty bombs."
Every comedian had a somber speech about being unable to make jokes. Talking heads debated the patriotism of disagreeing with the President. The editor of Vanity Fair, stretching that magazine's authority just a bit, officially declared irony "dead."
That's when David Rees started tearing it all apart with the caustic sarcasm of Get Your War On.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 3, 2003 - 00:01
It's time for Community Interview #8. This time David Rees of Get Your War On has agreed to answer your questions. Here's how it works -- post your question to David in a comment in response to this post.
ONE QUESTION PER COMMENT, PLEASE.
If you see another question you think is interesting, moderate it up. If you see something not so useful, moderate it down. We'll take questions for two weeks, until November 14th. We'll send the top ten questions to David to answer.